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List of Job Titles - Landscape and horticulture technicians and specialists (NOC
2225-B). Job Bank provides detailed information based on the 2011 version of
the National Occupational Classification (NOC). The NOC is Canada's national
system to classify and describe all occupations across the country.
Vegetables. Fruit. Floriculture and Nursery. Field. Apples. Cut Flowers. Tomatoes.
Grapes (labrusca and vinifera). Potted Plants. Peppers. Pears. (flowering and
non flowering). Mushrooms. Tender Fruit. Shrubs. Cucumbers. Apricots. Trees.
Onions. Peaches. Other Live Plants. Carrots. Nectarines. Cabbage. Plums and ...
Nov 28, 2017 ... Horticulture Sector Reports. Annual Sector Reports. All horticulture sector annual
reports will be available by December 31 every year. Sub-sector profiles. Learn
how Canadian horticulture sector crops, such as field grown vegetables, potatoes
, greenhouse vegetables, fruits, ornamental products ...
Nov 21, 2017 ... The CFIA establishes and maintains policies and standards for the horticulture
industry to prevent the introduction and spread of regulated pests into Canada.
Oct 30, 2017 ... Horticulture Industry. The Canadian horticulture industry includes field and
greenhouse fruits and vegetables, thousands of varieties of flowers and
ornamental plants, ginseng, and maple and honey products. Fruits and
vegetables are exported in fresh or frozen state. They are also processed for
retail and ...
Description of the organization's activities: THE CANADIAN HORTICULTURAL
COUNCIL (CHC) IS A VOLUNTARY, NOT-FOR-PROFIT, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION REPRESENTING THE DYNAMIC AND DIVERSE SECTOR OF
HORTICULTURE. ACROSS CANADA, CHC MEMBERS ARE PRIMARILY
INVOLVED IN THE ...
May 19, 2017 ... The Horticulture Plant List is a list of plants that may be imported from all
countries other than the continental United States with the following standard
Jun 7, 2017 ... Based on the data from the 2016 Census of Agriculture, this infographic gives an
overview of the horticulture sector in Canada.
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National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2011 - This unit group includes those
who survey and assess landscapes; draw sketches and build models of
landscape designs; construct and maintain gardens, parks, golf courses and
other landscaped environments; advise clients on issues related to horticulture
such as ...
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