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MMTS is BACK after 2 years

Date: 5/12/2014 to 5/14/2014

May 12–14, 2014 | Place Bonaventure | Montreal, QC | Get Equipped. MMTS is BACK after 2 years! A lot has changed in 2 years which is why this year, MMTS 2014 will feature over 100,000 square feet of live demonstrations and manufacturing solutions. Attend complimentary education sessions with key industry leaders to learn about the challenges and opportunities ahead, meet like-minded professionals to expand your business network and take advantage of access to new products and ...

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Golf Tournament

Date: 6/1/2014 to 6/1/2014

This years CAMM Golf Day will be held as follows: Date: June 1, 2014 Location: Fox Glen Golf & Country Club ( Time: 12:30 p.m. shot gun (Due to popular demand, a Texas Scramble (best ball) scoring method will be used) Golf holes go on sale February 1, 2014 for $110.00 to co-sponsor and $170.00 to fully sponsor your golf hole. Your company name will appear in our CAMM golf program and the CAMM newsletter. (Note: Plea ...

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APMA/CAMM Annual Conference & Exhibition

Date: 6/4/2014 to 6/6/2014

APMA's/ CAMM 2014 Annual Conference & Exhibition will feature industry leading speakers, an exhibit hall, One-on-One matchmaking opportunities, and numerous networking opportunities. This event is a must-attend for anyone involved in or wishing to become involved in the automotive industry in Canada.APMA's 2014 Annual Conference & Exhibition will once again take place at Caesars Windsor Hotel and Casino in Windsor, Ontario on June 4th and 5th, 2014. Exhibitor move-in and One-on-One Internationa ...

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Date: 6/11/2014 to 6/12/2014

Top 10 Reasons to Attend An annual tradition at amerimold is the unveiling of the "Top 10 Reasons to be a MoldMaker" t-shirt. In anticipation of this year's list and to help you prepare for the show, we give you the "Top 10 Reasons to Attend amerimold 2014" Register Today and Save Registration is now open for amerimold 2014 - The Event for Mold Manufacturing. Complimentary exhibit hall pre-registration and discounted conference registration is available through May 1st and ...

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Save on Energy Trade Show

Date: 6/17/2014 to 6/17/2014 attached for more information

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For more information please contact Dr. A. J. Faria at

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PowerPoint presentation on the benefits of using cemented tungsten carbide for custom core pin applications in the plast ...

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November 4th, 2013 Global Opportunities for Association (GOA) FEPAC/CAMM 2013 K-Show resume We are proud to announ ...

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November 4th, 2013 Global Opportunities for Association (GOA) FEPAC/CAMM 2013 K-Show resume We are proud to announ ...

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Who we are


The Canadian Association of Mouldmakers is a not for profit industrial organization consisting of mould makers and their integrated mold making network.


In order to have a united representation and voice for the local area mold makers, the Association was originally established in 1981 under the designation of Windsor Association of Moldmakers. Due to increased membership interest, in 1992, we became the Canadian Association of Moldmakers Inc. and now encompass a vast array of members from mold makers, designers, manufacturers, supplier and service companies across Canada and Michigan.

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What we do


CAMM addresses issues that affect Moldmaking companies in such matters as global and legislative issues; new technology and education and training programs. We encourage young people to choose mold making as a career through student awards and in-school presentations.


The Canadian Association of Moldmakers, through the strength of our membership, helps to ensure a healthy future for both large and small member companies, resulting in quality molds being built in Canada.

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Collins Barrow February 2014 Tax Flash titled “Canada and the U.S. Reach Agreement on Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA)“.

Added on: 2/20/2014


for more information please contact Collins Barrow Windsor LLP 3260 Devon Drive Windsor, Ontario N8X 4L4 tel: 519-258-5800 fax: 519-256-6152 email:

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Join KPMG Enterprise for a Post-Budget Breakfast

Added on: 2/12/2014


Join KPMG Enterprise for a Post-Budget Breakfast seminar on Feb 12 at the Caboto Club. Experienced KPMG Tax professionals will share insights into the specific programs announced in the federal budget and how tax changes in the budget may affect you and your business.Contact to register. Date: Wednesday, February 12, 2014 ...

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Ontario’s 2013 Economic Update Increases Non-Eligible Dividend Tax Rate

Added on: 11/18/2013


Ontario’s 2013 Economic Update Increases Non-Eligible Dividend Tax Rate Ontario’s Minister of Finance Charles Sousa announced proposed measures that will increase the tax rate on non-eligible dividends as part of its fall Economic Update released on November 7, 2013. The Economic Update also proposes to enhance certain research and development (R&D) tax credits, among other changes. To read this edition of TaxNewsFlash-Canada, go to: TaxNewsFlash-Canada or contact Jason G ...

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Auto production to hit levels ‘not seen in years’ says Scotiabank report

Added on: 11/16/2013


TORONTO—Worldwide vehicle sales continued to climb in September, including North America, where vehicle production is forecast to hit levels not seen in years, says a report by Scotiabank. The bank’s monthly Global Auto Report says car and truck sales rose by three per cent in September year-over-year, although moderating from a 6.5 per cent rate of increase in July and August. The increase in sales was due to strong demand in China, western Europe and South America, as those econo ...

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Ontario Liberals pondering new tax credits to spur R&D investment

Added on: 11/11/2013


Ontario’s governing Liberals are considering new tax credits and incentives to encourage cash-rich companies to spend their money on research and development as well as new equipment, technology and training. There could be a “play or pay” tax incentive to reward companies for making specific investments, Finance Minister Charles Sousa said ahead of his fall economic statement. “If those companies don’t initiate those investments, don’t provide for those sup ...

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