It was all smiles at Win-Door as Fenestration Canada honoured 12 leaders in the window and door industry with induction into the ranks of our Pioneers hall of fame.
Nov. 30, 2012 – As announced at the Fenestration Canada fall meeting in Toronto at Windoor 2012, the executive team has been given approval by the board of directors to look for an alternative solution to the current management structure.
Nov. 21, 2012 - It was all smiles at Win-Door on Nov. 8 as Fenestration Canada honoured 12 leaders in the window and door industry with induction into the ranks of its Pioneers hall of fame. The induction ceremony took place in the presentation theatre, with drinks and dinner following upstairs in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
Nov. 9, 2012 - Canada's national trade show for the window and door industry, Win-Door, closed Nov. 8 amid widespread expressions of satisfaction with the revised show floor layout, the education program, the increased number of exhibitors and the steady flow of attendees on the 7th. Fenestration Canada delivered an enhanced program for its members at the show, with announcements of big donations to Habitat for Humanity and the Walk It Off Spinal Cord Wellness Centre, and the induction of 12 new industry Pioneers.
As I travel to meet with customers and suppliers, I often get the question: why should I become a member of a trade association, be it national or regional? What’s in it for me?
Aug. 20, 2012 - Fenestration Canada wants to recognize industry leaders from the past during a special ceremony at Win-Door 2012 on November 7 at the Toronto Convention Centre. It wants to maintain and nurture the links with those who had a part in building this industry. Pioneers are individuals who have demonstrated dedication to the industry and/or the association and who have been recognized leaders.
Win-Door North America has become an event that people across Canada cannot wait to come to.
Aug. 21, 2012 - A preview of the Win-Door 2012 schedule of events is now available for your use in planning your participation. Highlights include an economic forecast from Peter Norman of the Altus Group, a seminar on preventing glass handling injuries by Mike Burk of Quanex and the always-popular Jeff Baker and J.F. Kogovsek presentation on building codes.
The Fenestration Canada Annual Meeting was held at the Fairmont Château Montebello, Que., from June 7 to 9.
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