“If we hope to preserve our way of life, the first thing we must do is rediscover our respect for the land, the water, and the entire natural world. And if we do manage to regain that respect, then we must make sure that human beings never lose it again.”
the University of Alberta. In addition to this she served on many boards including the Canadian Heritage Garden Foundation. In 1999, she was appointed Alberta’s 15th lieutenant governor by Prime Minister Jean Chretien. It was an honour and role she excelled in.
Over the course of her life Lois was awarded with many honours and accolades including Edmonton’s 1995 Business and Professional Woman of the Year. She was appointed a member of the Order of Canada and as well has had a hospital wing and provincial park named after her. Lois died in 2005.
Today the business has grown into so much more than the humble roots from whence it came. The Hole Enjoy Centre is located across from the Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park named in her honour. The Enjoy Centre offers event spaces for weddings, a café and market, and health and wellness services such as massage, yoga and salon services in addition to its full garden and floral services.