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City of Toronto program helps homeowners create pollinator gardens

While most homeowners are raking autumn leaves, Mike Perozak is helping his neighbours in downtown Toronto prepare their gardens to welcome guests in the spring.

They are ripping up grass, filling their lawns with native plants meant to encourage bees and other pollinators to take up residence next year.

The 58-year-old and several of his neighbours are tapping into a municipal grant program that gives participants $5,000 to make their homes a haven for pollinators and hopefully reverse the…

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