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Ryerson GCM students earn numerous awards

The Heidelberg Centre at Ryerson University’s School of Graphic Communications Management (GCM) in downtown Toronto was the site Thursday, November 13 of the GCM’s Annual Awards Night. Canadian Printing Industries Scholarship Trust Fund trustee Ron Schroder presented cash awards to 33 students for their academic achievements and exceptional work. Other notable winners included: Kyle Kung … Continue Reading →

Industry leaders honoured at 9th Annual Canadian Printing Awards

The 9th Annual Canadian Printing Awards held in Toronto recently saw dozens of printers receive accolades in several categories. Most notably, Peter Cober, Nikos Kallas, Don Gain and Carl Pauptit earned special recognition. Peter Cober, President of Cober Evolving Solutions of Kitchener, won the 2014 Printing Industry Leader of the Year Award. Two years ago … Continue Reading →

New game-changing regulations set to impact print and packaging industry across Europe!

The print and packaging industries across Europe are “in for a nasty shock” according to John Corrall, a world expert and technical support specialist for Konica Minolta industrial inkjet in the UK. European Commission regulations from Brussels, Belgium that come into force next month are designed to help consumers understand more about the food they … Continue Reading →

CPIA teams up with Quebec Printing Industry Associations to publish “The State of the Printing Industry in Quebec”

The Canadian Printing Industries Association (CPIA) has announced an important industry collaboration with the Quebec Printing Industry Association (AQII), the Quebec Technical Association of Flexography and Packaging Manufacturers (ATFFEQ), the Institute of Graphic Communications and Printability (ICI), the Graphic Communications Sector Counsel of Quebec (CSMOCGQ) and several other key industry partners to create and publish … Continue Reading →

Mandarino awarded Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship

Jay Mandarino, Founder and President of the C.J. Group of Companies, including award-winning printer C.J. Graphics, and the C.J. Skateboard Park and School, has been recognized for his exceptional long-term contributions to his community. Mandarino was one of 13 citizens in the province to receive this year’s Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship. The Honourable Elizabeth … Continue Reading →