Posts Tagged ‘ Fenestration Canada ’

Fenestration Canada Cancels Spring Conference

Mar 20th, 2020

Officials for Fenestration Canada announced today the cancellation of its annual spring conference. Scheduled to take place in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, the event will be skipped this year to ensure the health and safety of its members, they explained. Next year’s conference will be held at the Delta Hotels by Marriott Grand Okanagan Resort […]

Fenestration Canada Launches COVID-19 Information Hub

Mar 19th, 2020

Fenestration Canada announced it has launched a COVID-19 information hub for the Canadian fenestration industry. The organization noted the health and safety of its members is the most important priority, as stated in its press release. “The Hub is basically a webpage with easy access to the information we feel is relevant. As everything changes […]

Fenestration Canada’s COVID-19 Position and Its Spring Conference

Mar 13th, 2020

Fenestration Canada recently released its plan of action for its spring conference in relation to the COVID-19 virus – the organization is currently proceeding with the event, but will continue monitoring both the federal and provincial governments’ recommendations daily. “The health and safety of our members is the most important priority for Fenestration Canada,” a […]

WinDoor Serves Up Distinctly Canadian Opportunities

Nov 21st, 2019

Attendees of WinDoor were met with plenty of reminders for why—no matter how familiar they are with the industry’s offerings—there are reasons to attend the annual trade show. Exhibitors with products spanning as much as decades say they have every reason to return to the annual show with those same offerings in tow. Meanwhile, long-standing […]

Fenestration Canada Announces Terry Adamson as President

Jun 13th, 2019

During the Fenestration Canada 2019 Spring Conference and Annual General Meeting, Terry Adamson, technical director of Westeck Windows, was formally appointed and announced as the next president of Fenestration Canada. Adamson, who has been an active member of Fenestration Canada since 2014, will serve as president for the 2019-20 term. He has served on many […]

Mike Bruno Appointed to Fenestration Canada Executive Committee

Apr 12th, 2019

Fenestration Canada recently announced that Mike Bruno, president of Everlast Aluminum Ltd., has been appointed to its executive committee. Bruno will serve for the remainder of the 2018-19 term. “I am very pleased to have Mike on our Executive Committee,” says Jennifer Small, president of Fenestration Canada. “With his many years of experience and knowledge […]

Habitat for Humanity Recognizes Fenestration Canada

Apr 9th, 2019

Fenestration Canada, an association that supports fenestration industry stakeholders across Canada, was honored with a commemorative plaque from Habitat for Humanity Canada last month, recognizing the association’s support of the nonprofit. “As an association, we feel that it is necessary to support an important cause that empowers families through housing, such as Habitat for Humanity […]

Fenestration Canada Launches First Certification Program

Dec 10th, 2018

Fenestration Canada has announced it will launch a new Installer Certification Program in 2019. Officials for the association, which is made up of door and window manufacturers, fabricators, suppliers and industry stakeholders, say the program was developed, “to provide a level of assurance that an individual possesses the competencies deemed necessary to perform the job […]

Officials for WinDoor Say They’ll Mix It Up to Keep Things Interesting

Dec 6th, 2018

While some exhibitors admit they were initially skeptical about hosting WinDoor in Quebec City this year, by the time the show was over (yesterday), most said those concerns were gone. “This is definitely an underestimated area,” said Marco Patterman, a representative for Konrad Hornschuch AG, an exterior and interior laminates provider. “This was an excellent […]

WinDoor Proves a Snowy Setting for Warmer Expectations

Dec 5th, 2018

Wintry snow and holiday decorations set the scene for WinDoor this week in Quebec, Canada, where one might expect the conversation to center on triple-pane glazing based on the single digit morning temperatures. Instead, the event got off to a warm start Monday evening, for those choosing to attend “A Night at the Chapelle,” an […]

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