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Recent Releases from Tree Canada

City of Surrey wins national recognition as urban forestry leader

Published Wed, 7 Mar 2007 14:47:06 EST Read More

City of Surrey wins national recognition as urban forestry leader New funding also announced for storm ravaged B.C. communities (Surrey, British Columbia, March 7, 2007) Today, Tree Canada President Michael Rosen met with Surrey Mayor Dianne L. Watts and representatives from the City of Surrey to present the Green Streets Canada Certificate of Recognition for the Green Timbers Urban Forest and Salmon Habitat Restoration Program (SHaRP). Mr. Rosen also unveiled new details concerning the B...... Click here to read this release



Shell Canada donates to Tree Canada program - ReLeaf

Published Wed, 7 Feb 2007 16:02:00 EST Read More

Shell Canada supports B.C. Coast ReLeaf Fund (Vancouver, British Columbia, February 7, 2007) Tree Canada announces that Shell Canada Limited has made the first corporate contribution to the B.C. Coast ReLeaf Fund. The $30,000 donation, along with those from many private donors across Canada, will be used for tree planting and site restoration work in areas of B.C. recently affected by windstorms. In addition to this special contribution to the B.C. Coast ReLeaf Fund, Shell Canada will don...... Click here to read this release



Tree Canada appoints Michael Rosen as President

Published Mon, 29 Jan 2007 11:00:10 EST Read More

Tree Canada appoints Michael Rosen as President Chair of Board André Juneau and Vice-Chair Dorothy Dobbie also appointed (Ottawa, Ontario, January 29, 2007) Today, Tree Canada announced Michael Rosen as its new President. The Board of Directors appointed Mr. André Juneau Chair (Cap-Rouge, Quebec) and Mrs. Dorothy Dobbie (Winnipeg, Manitoba) as the new Vice-Chair. Since 2002, Mr. Rosen (a resident of Cantley, Québec, near Ottawa) has been Tree Canada Vice-President, responsible for pr...... Click here to read this release



Tree Canada enables Lifford Wine Agency to undertake Canada’s first carbon-neutral wine event

Published Tue, 2 May 2006 11:30:01 EST Read More

Tree Canada is planting 875 trees on the Oak Ridges Moraine to offset the 20 tonnes of carbon from the event (Toronto, May 2, 2006) Michael Rosen, Vice President of Tree Canada, announced that the 3rd Annual Lifford Grand Tasting has been certified as the first carbon neutral wine tasting event to take place in Canada. Steven Campbell, President of the Toronto based Lifford Wine Agency, said the sold out Lifford Grand Tasting is taking place on May 3, 2006, at the Eglinton Grand Theatre (40...... Click here to read this release



Canada’s First Carbon Neutral Grocery Store Opened in British Columbia

Published Mon, 24 Apr 2006 19:40:02 EST Read More

(Coquitlam, B.C.) “Thrifty Foods is proud to announce that we will be completely offsetting the greenhouse gases produced by our new store in Coquitlam with the planting of trees with Tree Canada,” said CEO Milford Sorensen today. In partnership with Tree Canada, Thrifty Foods recently planted 1,776 trees in Manning Provincial Park and Colony Farm Regional Park―enough trees to absorb the carbon emissions from the store in a year, thus making Thrifty Foods’ Coquitlam store the first-e...... Click here to read this release