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Tariffs dropped, retaliation avoided, but quotas implied

The U.S. government announced it has dropped a 10 percent tariff on Canadian aluminum exported to the U.S. hours before Canada was set to impose retaliatory tariffs on manufactured aluminum U.S. imports, including aluminum windows and door components. But the Americans are threatening to re-impose tariffs retroactively should Canadian aluminum exports exceed unilaterally imposed quotas.

Passive House Canada now offering discounted rates for FenCan members

Fenestration Canada is pleased to announce that Passive House Canada (PHC) now offers Fenestration Canada members access to all their course offerings at PHC member rates.

Lowe’s Canada launches VIPpro program at its Lowe’s, RONA, and Reno-Depot corporate stores

As part of its efforts to continuously improve the customer experience of home improvement and construction professionals at its Lowe’s, RONA, and Reno-Depot corporate stores, Lowe’s Canada is launching its VIPpro program.

Fenestration Manitoba to host virtual education session

Fenestration Manitoba has announced a virtual education session for the Canadian window industry titled “CyberSecurity for the Canadian Window Industry.”

Screenco partners with Lolex

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.

Fenestration Canada's online Regional Week ready to begin

Fenestration Canada's Online Regional Week is ready to kick-off. Scheduled to be held from September 28 to October 2, each day will consist of a variety of education and information sessions focused on each region.
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Fenestration Conversations episode #13: Get ‘Em Young – Ian Howcroft, Skills Ontario

How do we get young people interested in the trades? Ian Howcroft has some ideas and the organization he leads, Skills Ontario, is working hard in schools and through its Skills Challenge competition to seed the ground for our future workforce. In this episode, Fenestration Review editor Patrick Flannery talks to Howcroft about how they’ve modified their programs to operate in the pandemic, possible future directions for apprenticeships, what draws kids to the trades and more. » Read more...