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AVFQ exits Canadian Glass Association


April 7, 2014 – The AVFQ , Quebec's association for the glazing and fenestration industries, has withdrawn from the Canadian Glass Association
in a letter sent to the CGA board dated March 20. The letter cites the need
for the AVFQ to focus its budget on its own membership programs, and
states, "We already have our own committees, training group, events and
partnerships with different players in the window and door industry
across North America." The letter is signed by Gilbert Lemay, AVFQ
director general, and copied to Marc Bilodeau, AVFQ president, and Alain
Langis.

April 7, 2014 – The AVFQ , Quebec's association for the glazing and fenestration industries, has withdrawn from the Canadian Glass Association in a letter sent to the CGA board dated March 20. The letter cites the need for the AVFQ to focus its budget on its own membership programs, and states, "We already have our own committees, training group, events and partnerships with different players in the window and door industry across North America." The letter is signed by Gilbert Lemay, AVFQ director general, and copied to Marc Bilodeau, AVFQ president, and Alain Langis.

"The board of directors of the CGA thanks AVFQ for their support of our national association and wishes them well in their future endeavors," said Rich Poryako, CGA interim executive director. The AFVQ did not respond to a request for comment.

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CGA membership dues are $25 per member. Fenestration B.C. also resigned its membership in the CGA in January.

For more information
canadianglassassociation.com
avfq.ca


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