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More from Glass Canada | Windows and Doors | Auto February 3, 2012
EcoEnergy reaches 250,000 homes, shuts down early
Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver closed the popular EcoEnergy Retrofit - Homes program to any new registrants on Jan. 29, saying it had reached its goal of 250,000 registered homeowners. The sudden closing of the program comes two months before its official end date on March 31, 2012. Critics say the program cutoff was done without warning, and before the program invested even half of the budget dollars allocated last year.
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Alex Carrick CSC to present economic forecaster Alex Carrick
The Toronto chapter of Construction Specifications Canada will host a dinner meeting on Feb. 7 featuring an economic forecast on the construction industry by Reed Construction Data chief economist, Alex Carrick. The meeting will take place at the Toronto Cricket Skating and Curling Club. Non-members may attend for $50. Carrick will present overview forecasts of the world and Canadian economies, with a particular emphasis on what they will mean for construction activity levels in this country.
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Bystronic announces new representation in Western Canada
Bystronic has announced new distributor representation in western Canada with the addition of the well-established Akhurst Machinery Company. Established in 1938, Akhurst Machinery has grown to become one of the largest independent equipment distributors in Canada with a strong commitment to providing quality products and superior service.
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Eastman buys Solutia
Eastman Chemical Company and Solutia have announced an agreement under which Eastman will acquire Solutia, a global leader in performance materials and specialty chemicals, for approximately $4.7 billion, including the assumption of Solutia’s debt. Eastman and Solutia share several key fundamentals, such as complementary technologies and business capabilities, a polymer science backbone, similar operating philosophies and a high performance culture. In addition, the overlap of key end-markets is expected to provide opportunities for growth.
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