Association news
As I write this report I am planning for the upcoming semi-annual meeting of the Canadian Glass Association (CGA). By the time you get this issue in June the meeting
The Canadian Glass Association (CGA) has scheduled its semi-annual meeting to be held in Vancouver, B.C., on May 29, 2009.
As I begin this report, I am surprised that my first year as president has been completed. This year we have made some critical decisions to move our association forward. We really have to develop a method to raise revenue to help our association grow. This is our number one priority.
So, there you are reading this issue of Glass Canada and you see this new column and say to yourself, “hey, I know this guy”, or “who is this guy, I’ve never heard of him….what’s he doing writing a regular column in Glass Canada magazine about the glass industry in Canada?”
After several years and countless volunteer hours, the Glazing Systems Specifications Manual has been officially launched for the Ontario glass and glazing industry. The Ontario Glazing Systems Specifications Manual is a comprehensive reference to architectural aluminum and glass products as well as technology, building code requirements and relevant design and performance issues.
The Canadian Glass Association held its semi-annual meeting in Edmonton, Alta., on June 6. We would like to thank the executive board of the Glass Trades Association (GTA) for hosting our meeting.
The Canadian Glass Association brings news to the industry from coast-to-coast.
Atrium Companies, based in Dallas Texas, has acquired Canadian window manufacturer North Star Vinyl Windows and Doors. The addition of the Ontario based company gives Atrium and its family of brands a significant presence in the Canadian window and door market.
Advanced Glazings in Sidney, Nova Scotia, will expand its manufacturing facility and create 50 jobs this year and up to 320 jobs for the next five years.
The Canadian Glass Association brings news to the industry from coast-to-coast.
A variety of groups from different countries have initiated a new international federation to represent the automotive glass industry.
Who certifies? The simple answer is manufacturers who are committed to their customers and their products. But what is IG Certification, which format and program is best for manufacturers and their unique market needs?
The Who's Who for testing and certification services for the industry.
The Canadian Glass Association brings news to the industry from coast-to-coast.
C.R. Laurence has introduced the fourth in a series of six Master Catalogs, the ‘CRL23’ Frameless Shower Door and Mirror Hardware.
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