Enhancing Green Spaces
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People, Plants and Pride… Growing Together

National Edition

2017 Symposium and Awards Ceremonies

SAVE THE DATE
Sept 13-16, 2017 
Gatineau / Ottawa – National Capital Region

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Hotel Accommodations

Delta Hotels Ottawa City Centre
101 Lyon Street North Ottawa Ontario K1R 5T9 Canada

Book your group rate for Communities in Bloom

The toll-free reservations number: 1-888-236-2427 or call the hotel directly: 613-237-3600 and request in-house reservations for the Group Name: Communities in Bloom 2017 Symposium

Cut-off date: August 14th, 2017.

$199.00 (2 Double Beds or Queen Rooms), single or double occupancy, reservation can be made online or by phone
$209.00 (King Room), reservation by phone only


Please note that with Canada 150th Celebrations and the Symposium being held in Mid-September this year, the City of Ottawa and its surroundings will be extremely busy and hotels will be fully booked. Therefore, we strongly suggest that you reserve your room as soon as possible in order to secure accommodations at a reasonable price.


2016 Symposium and Awards Ceremonies

Thank you to Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association.

On behalf of all delegates, from Canada, the United States, Ireland, England, Northern Ireland, Italy and Croatia who attended the Healthy Communities – Harvesting the Benefits events in Regina, let us thank the Host Committee along with the SPRA and the CiB staff for working so hard in making the event a success!

The Keynote presentations, session presentations, technical tours all met the expectations and provided excellent educational information and inspirational ideas.

The Parks and RecFest allowed the delegates to mix and mingle …and our International guests to discover how Canadians enjoy Halloween!

Pride of community was, as always, clearly demonstrated throughout the Showcase Dinner and Awards Ceremonies.

Congratulations to all National and International Finalists who, with the support of elected officials, dedication of municipal staff and involvement of citizens are making their communities better places to live in, work in and to visit!

Bob Lewis, National Chair