• Centipede & Bermuda Grass Varieties & Characteristics Is there a difference between different grass types? This is a question that is rarely asked amongst homeowners in Ontario - let alone any other part of the world. The truth is there is. And I can make a very big difference with how you treat it. Bermuda grass is very pleasant to look at. Some consider it the most visually appealing [...]

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    The Oakville Humane Society has come up with a unique way to raise money. A lottery. Everybody likes money. If you are in Oakville or Milton resident that you could win some. And if you want your grass cut contact us for our grass cutting service in Oakville. You will also be helping animals that may be in need. It's called the Spring Purrfect Lottery and there is $5,600 available to win. The [...]

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    What a great event. This is known as the Tim Horton's bowl for Kids Sake. It is currently still seeking members for April 8th. April 8th, which is a Friday is when the event takes place. BBBSH is an acronym for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Halton. Anyone can attend and participate in the event. And what a great cause it is! Historically across the region we have seen more than 500 people take part.[...]

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    The City of Mississauga wants to make sure its residents are aware that they require building permits according to their website. An article posted on March 17th, 2016 claims building permits are required as per the Ontario building code. While most residents see this as a way for the city to simply get into their pockets the city of Mississauga claims differently. They (City of Mississauga) claim[...]

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    It seems the city of Burlington has a very special policy. Between March 15th to April 6th a special section of King Road is closed. The reason why it is closed is quite funny. It is not closed for grass cutting in Burlington. It is closed for the Jefferson salamander. According to Conservation Hamilton is a nationally protected and otherwise endangered species. It is also considered an endangered[...]

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    Mississauga. Is it really hard to pronounce it? I suppose it is if you have never been here before or let alone said the word Mississauga before. For most residents here it's not really a big deal. If you pronounce the name of the city wrong, it's okay. Think about this for second. If you went to a foreign country would you be able to pronounce everything correctly? I don't think so. In fact, I am[...]

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    At Clear Cut Group we love local talent almost as much as we love grass cutting Oakville. We also love drama. Specifically the Sears Ontario drama Festival. High schools from Burlington and Oakville, Ontario are moving up and onto a regional showcase. The Blakelock High Schools production 'Somewhere in between' will be competing in a Regionals showcase. This showcase will be held in Cambridge, [...]

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    Unless your head is been in the sand probably haven't heard about that growling coyote in Oakville Ontario. Halton regional police have issued very special warnings to residents regarding this wild animal. They are asked to be on the lookout and to call if they come across a wild coyote. This all stems from some high school students from Trafalgar High School reporting an interaction with a large [...]

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    It's always good news to hear about fellow citizens based out of Mississauga have successful opportunities. In this instance a young woman named McKenzie Small of Erin Mills succeeded at an audition for a brand-new show featured on the family channel called Backstage. The show debuts March 18 at 7 PM on family channel. The show also features another star from Erin Mills - Colin Petierre. He's only[...]

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    It seems they have some serious grass cutting issues in the United Kingdom. Not so much serious but rather they take grass cutting very, very seriously. Considerations for the type of cuts frequency and heights are mandatory. March marks the grass cutting season open in St. Albans District, UK. But things weren't so peachy there last year in the St. Stephen's and Jersey Farm areas. Grasses only [...]

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