As agreed, following the consultation with manufacturers affiliated with “Well Made Here” regarding the role the government should play in our affairs, Richard Darveau, CEO, sent a request by letter to the Prime Minister of Canada, copying four members of his cabinet.
The round “Well Made Here” logo and its French equivalent “Bien fait ici” were clearly visible here and there at the Homecoming buying show organized by the Home Hardware banner in Toronto in mid-September. Garant, Jeld-Wen, A. Richard Tools, MAAX, Metrie, SamaN, Soleno and Vicwest were among the participants.
Aimed at supporting SMEs and thus the local economy, this year CFIB is offering a free bilingual #SmallBusinessEveryDay kit with customizable digital content to help small businesses show the real value of buying local and thank customers for encouraging businesses like theirs.
“It is not in the DNA of private business leaders to call for government intervention. But in the case of the battle against unfair competition, the request is made with conviction, even with a certain amount of noticeable concern”.
In order to support Hardlines, whose aim is to keep the business community well-informed and provoke debate on current issues in our industry through a large-scale annual national event, Well Made Here management has chosen to be one of the sponsors of the 27th edition of the Hardlines Conference, which is being held at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler in British Columbia on October 17th and 18th.Read more