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Bee Partner Application

Make a difference by becoming a Bee Partner and pledging to protect pollinators.

Become a Bee Partner

Online Application Form

There are two ways to apply. You can either complete the online application form below or download the PDF application and send through email to applications@beecitycanada.org.

While filling out the application form, you can Save & Resume your progress using the button at the bottom of the page.

Bee Partner Application

A) Company or Organization Information

B) Applicant's Information

C) Commitments & Actions

D) Annual Fees

A fee for participation in the Bee City Canada Partner program will be charged annually.

Please make cheque payable to Bee City Canada and mail it to,

PO Box 73619
RPO Wychwood
Toronto, Ontario
M6C 4A7

E) Website/Social Media Content

 

Once you are officially a Bee City Canada partner, we will create a page for your company on our website, where we will share your logo and information about your company’s initiatives, including your initial application and the annual renewal applications that you submit. We will also create a social media post to welcome your company. Please provide the following information for the website and our social media post:

F) Requested Attachments

G) Other Requirements

H) Declaration and Signature

I/we, the undersigned, understand that the Bee City Canada Partner program consists of three commitments and that our company/organization is taking actions to support these commitments:

We acknowledge the goal of Bee City Canada is to promote healthy, bio-diverse, resilient pollinator habitats in communities across Canada.

We acknowledge that businesses have an opportunity to support bees and other pollinators through the Bee City program.

We acknowledge that supporting pollinators fosters environmental awareness and increases interactions and engagements among employees and their customers and reminds us of our responsibility to protect the planet for future generations.