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T’it’q’et becomes a Bee City!

We are very excited to declare T’it’q’et First Nation, located along the Fraser River and home to the P’egp’ig'lha People, as a Bee City! Part of the Band Council's adoption of the resolutions included a requirement that youth members will always sit on their Bee City...

Nick Sweetman: Pollinator Sweetheart!

Nick Sweetman is a vibrant, young, street artist whose murals can be seen across Toronto, often featuring impressively coloured bees and other creatures of the natural world. And, like us, Nick also understands the importance of protecting, promoting and celebrating...

Living With Bees and Wasps

Often, wasps are the stinging culprits and bees get blamed. While bees are better at it, wasps are pollinators too. If an insect has stung you, and at any time, you feel it is becoming difficult to breathe, call an ambulance or go directly to the emergency room. Most...

River of Pollinators Art and Poetry Exhibition

Call for art and poetry submissions from students for a juried art exhibition. Submissions: September 7th, 2016 to June 11th, 2017 Exhibition: June 18th to 24th, 2017 Bee City Canada Schools invites students of all ages to submit poetry, prose and work in painting,...

Bentall Kennedy is ‘Bee Friendly’

The Bee Friendly Campaign was another example where Bentall Kennedy has proven their commitment to being a good neighbour. Cloverdale Mall, Eglinton Square Shopping Centre & 10 Dundas East, proudly managed by Bentall Kennedy (Canada) Limited Partnership, have...