Société du parc Jean-Drapeau – 2019 National Finalist

The article in this section appears in its original language. Espace 67 : la nouvelle porte d’accueil du parc Jean-Drapeau. Un espace public, versatile, vivant, inspiré et prêt à accueillir tous les citoyens au gré des quatre saisons. Que ce soit pour… – admirer le coucher de soleil vers Montréal sur la Promenade riveraine, – […]

Gardens BC

Explore British Columbia Provincial Participants Explore British Columbia Gardens Explore the Gardens of British Columbia for fun, adventure, beauty, rejuvenation, relaxation, and learning. Historic and modern gardens mean great trip ideas and itineraries. From rugged coastal rain forests, to fertile valleys, to mountains – many gardens are open year round. Bird watch, take photos, attend […]

International Peace Garden – 2019 National Finalist

Situated along the border of Manitoba and North Dakota, the International Peace Garden (IPG) was established in 1932 as a symbolic reminder of peace between Canada and the United States. Today it continues to thrive as a symbol of peace and a place of beauty and reflection. Thousands of annuals are planted each year to […]

The Butchart Gardens – Victoria, British Columbia

Come enjoy our breathtaking 22 ha (55 acres) of gardens year around. In Spring, countless tulips, daffodils and hyacinths will give you a buffet of fragrances and colours. You’ll be saying “wow” when you experience our Summer: The Rose Garden, evening entertainment, subtle night illuminations, the Saturday firework show, and boat tours to name a […]

Friends of the Farm, Ottawa, Ontario

  Canada is the only country to have a working farm in the heart of its capital: the Central Experimental Farm, established in 1886 as the central research station for the federal Department of Agriculture. The Farm continues that scientific focus as the location for laboratories and research plots for the Eastern Cereal and Oilseed […]

Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village – 2019 National Finalist

History is brought to life at the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, an open-air museum depicting early settlement in east central Alberta from 1892-1930. Explore more than 35 restored historic buildings and visit with costumed role-players, who recreate the life of east central Alberta’s early Ukrainian pioneers. Make your experience complete with mouth-watering Ukrainian food. Why […]

Jardins de Métis – Reford Gardens, Grand-Métis – 2018 National Finalist

The Reford Gardens (Les Jardins de Métis) are recognized as one of Canada’s outstanding gardens. A national historic site, they are the creation of a passionate gardener and plant lover, Elsie Reford. Visitors to this verdant domain of more 200 acres can admire the splendours of some 3,000 species and varieties of native and exotic […]