Risk, Resilience and Being Sustainable - CASF Conference 2019
The CASF Conference is an excellent opportunity to discuss with fellow industry finishers, suppliers, government officials and environmental and technical experts common practices, concerns regarding the numerous regulations (existing and coming) and how they will affect your company and our industry. High level, expert guest speakers will drive discussions on legislative, economic, and technology impacts in an interactive forum.
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.
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This is achieved through value-added services including networking opportunities, marketing programs, and training resources for our members.
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
November 11, 2019 - Ontario, Publications
On November 1, 2019 the Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry published a statement in response to the Special Advisors Report on Flooding: “Our number one priority is the safety of the public and the protection of our communities. We understand the impacts flooding has on our communities and the lives of the people of […]Read News
November 11, 2019 - Laws & Regulation, Ontario
On October 31, 2019 the Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks published an article that Ontario is going to take action to protect the environment and hold polluters accountable. They are proposing to “expand the use of administrative monetary penalties to a broader range of environmental violations and reinvest the money to support projects that […]Read News