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November 8, 2018

NRCan inviting comment on national fenestration standards

Natural Resources Canada has released a discussion paper to kick off consultations about the future direction of federal energy standards for windows, doors and skylights. The agency is seeking industry input on the best way to measure the energy efficiency of these products (especially windows), labelling requirements and enforcement strategies. Stakeholders can submit comments to NRCan until Nov. 30.

Innotech Windows + Doors introduces passive house certified windows

Innotech Windows + Doors introduces its highest performing window system to date. The new Defender 88PH System is a Passive House Institute (PHI) certified component – a distinguished recognition by the world’s most rigorous energy-based building standard.

FenMan to help the homeless at holiday networking event

Fenestration Manitoba has organized another year end mixer for Dec. 11 at Prairie’s Edge in Winnipeg.

Deceuninck North America earns passive house certification

Deceuninck North America's Revolution XL Tilt & Turn window is now a certified Passive House Component, representing the global pinnacle of high-performance sustainability.
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CCOHS course on nanomaterials aims to protect workers

The Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW) and the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) have collaborated to create a free e-course to help identify and safely control sources and products containing nanomaterials in the workplace, to protect workers from harm. » Read more...


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