Efficiency Canada has released their newest report: Strengthening Canada’s Building Code Process to Achieve Net-Zero Emissions. Read the report here.
Natural Resources Canada’s Industrial Energy Management program is now accepting applications for funding until November 20 at 23:59 EST for projects to be completed by March 31, 2022. To request the application package, send an email to RFP for Industry.
Financial assistance is available to help fund your industrial facility’s energy management project. Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) will provide financial assistance of up to 50% of eligible costs, to a maximum of $40,000 per facility. This financial assistance can be combined with other funding sources. When it is, NRCan may adjust its level of funding so that the combined level of financial assistance from all public sources does not exceed 75% of total eligible project costs.
There are three types of eligible projects:
- ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems Standard projects
- Energy Management Information Systems (EMIS) projects
- Process Integration (PI) and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) studies
Eligible facilities are those engaged in energy consuming processes that involve the physical or chemical transformation of materials or substances into new products. Products may be finished (ready to use or consume) or semi-finished (raw material). Related activities include assembling component parts, blending materials, and finishing products.
To receive our cost-shared assistance, the company/facility needs to be a CIPEC leader.
Facilities located in British Columbia may be eligible for additional cost-shared financial assistance from the British Columbia Ministry of Energy and Mines.
For more information, refer to Financial assistance for industrial energy management projects.
Industrial Energy Management Program / Programme de gestion de l’énergie pour le secteur industriel
Buildings and Industry Division / Division des bâtiments et de l’industrie
Office of Energy Efficiency / Office de l’efficacité énergétique
Natural Resources Canada / Ressources naturelles Canada
www.nrcan.gc.ca / www.rncan.gc.ca
The Everlast Group has today acquired Alberta Vinyl Windows & Doors (AVWD), a Calgary, Alberta based manufacturer of vinyl windows and entrance doors. The acquisition helps to support Everlast’s planned expansion into the Western Canadian and US markets. “We’re very excited to have a home in Calgary,” stated Everlast President Mike Bruno. “We’re looking forward to working with AVWD’s customers and staff to continue providing great products and service.”
In conjunction with the acquisition, Everlast will immediately double AVWD’s existing Calgary manufacturing facility to make way for new and existing luxury aluminum products to complement the product line. The new venture will operate under the leadership of Dallas Paquette as General Manager & Managing Partner. Also based in Calgary, Michael Andrade will take on the role of Managing Partner in addition to his existing role as Senior Advisor to the Everlast Board of Directors overseeing strategic planning, product development and manufacturing.
Ron Steppacher and the rest of the management team will continue to operate in the business to assist with the transition and will play a key part in Everlast’s expansion plans. “I’ve known these guys for a very long time,” says Steppacher. “Family is very important to them. Dianne and I are thrilled to be a part of their family.”
About Everlast – Everlast has manufactured high quality aluminum, PVC and wood window & door systems for over 60 years, serving both the Canadian & US markets. Their flexibility and focus on customers have made them the preferred supplier for thousands of happy clients. www.everlastproducts.ca
About AVWD – Alberta Vinyl Windows & Doors have been supplying high quality PVC windows and entrance systems throughout Western Canada since 2003. They have combined strong family values and experience in window & door manufacturing to become a preferred supplier. www.avwd.com
VP, Marketing & Sales (West)
Longueuil, October 5, 2020 – Despite the unique context of 2020, President Doors and Windows Inc. has continued to invest in its development and in the revision of its strategic approach in an increasingly competitive market which, in the eyes of consumers, is becoming more complex.
This new thinking allowed us to clarify our vision of things and improve our customer experience by simplifying the purchasing process and ensuring full support for sustainable fenestration replacement projects.
It is for this reason that we have opted for a new positioning and a new brand image which enhances the fact that President Doors and Windows above all, wishes to support owner-occupants and ensure their “interior well-being” by offering them simple solutions for replacing windows.
Our new brand image revalues the name «PRESIDENT» which will now proudly predominate, on the reading of its descriptor “doors and windows”. Occasionally, the logo will be accompanied by our new corporate signature «See the light» which invites consumers to make an informed choice by living a whole new experience that will simplify their lives.
PRESIDENT, doors and windows
Phone: (450) 670-4777 # 200
Screenco has announced it has engaged Lolex to represent its products in Quebec and the Atlantic provinces. Lolex is an independent sales agency headed by Mathieu Hebert, a sales professional with over 22 years’ experience in the industry. Prior to forming Lolex, Hebert was Canadian national sales director for AmesburyTruth. He operates out of Trois Ruisseaux, N.B.
Read more here.
Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland will be unveiling Canada’s retaliatory measures in response to the United States’ tariffs on Canadian aluminum on Tuesday, CTV News has learned.
The Liberals had already indicated their plan would be to hit back with $3.6 billion in countermeasures.
The federal government had given industry stakeholders until Sept. 6 to offer their input on a long list of American products that they are looking to level tariffs on, in what will be a dollar-for-dollar response.