CASF Conference 2017
High level, expert guest speakers will drive discussions on legislative, economic, and technology impacts in an interactive forum. You and your company cannot afford to miss this opportunity to learn more about these environmental and regulatory issues that affect your business and our industry!
A special message from the newly appointed CASF President.
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The Canadian Association for Surface Finishing (CASF) is the principal surface finishing industry association in Canada established to keep suppliers, finishers, professional service providers and individuals connected, educated, and represented at all levels of government.
We Act as the
Voice of the Industry
CASF plays an important advocacy role by working with all levels of government on issues related to our industry. One voice, for all surface finishers, suppliers and individuals.
We Help Members’
This is achieved through value-added services including networking opportunities, marketing programs, and training resources for our members.
February 3, 2017 - News, President's Corner
Dear CASF Member and Industry Supporter, Happy New Year! It was an interesting, exciting and surprising year for many of us! 2017 promises to be another year of triumphs and tribulations. One thing is certain… expect the unexpected. As your newly elected President I’d like to welcome you to the first edition of President’s Corner. […]Read News
December 14, 2016 - News, Ontario, Publications
The Ontario Energy Board approved an increase in natural gas prices effective January 1, 2017, of 3.3 cents per cubic meter (or about 20%), for facilities too small to participate in Ontario’s Cap & Trade program. This may have a large negative impact on your facility’s operating cost. To offset the gas price impact, Canadian […]Read News
October 3, 2016 - Alberta
“In principle, the Government of Alberta supports a common price that all provinces and territories meet in their climate change plans. That ensures that we are all making the same effort, and it ensures that no one is penalized economically.” Read full article here Source: Government of Alberta, 2016Read News