4th CASF Golf Tournament 2020
Former home of the Manulife LPGA classic and centrally located in the heart of Waterloo Region and Cambridge, Whistle Bear Golf Club is surrounded by undulating hills and groomed greens. Offering a spectacular landscape, sophisticated facility, and incredible cuisine—the venue combines
a relaxed atmosphere with elegance. Set in the countryside, Whistle Bear is easily accessible from nearby cities and highway 401. The recently renovated 40,000-square-foot clubhouse has upscale amenities. CASF is privileged to have access to one of Southern Ontario’s finest private clubs!
CASF President's Newsletter/Nouvelles du Président de CASF
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.
June 22, 2020 - News, President's Corner
Dear CASF Member and Industry Supporter: As I write this late on June 11, 2020, I’m watching the DOW drop 1800 points, the TSX here in Canada dropping 600 points along with most major stock markets in the world. This is scary but I’m sure tomorrow will bring good news again. As of yesterday, the […]Read News
On November 13, 2019 The Canadian Association for Surface Finishing hosted its biennial surface industry conference at the Hilton Garden Inn Conference Centre in Vaughn. The conference focused on Risk, both in our personal and business environments; Resilience, required to handle those risks; and Sustainability, necessary to ensure long-term survival of business and the future […]Read News
December 18, 2019 - Federal, Laws & Regulation
The Prime Minister of Canada published Mandate Letters for the ministries on December 13, 2019. Some of the key responsibilities for the Minister of Environment and Climate Change are: “Implement the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change, while strengthening existing and introducing new greenhouse gas reducing measures to exceed Canada’s 2030 emissions reduction […]Read News