Tuesday, April 2nd


MCEE, this year’s largest Canadian trade show targeting mechanical engineering and contracting firms, as well as electricity and lighting professionals, is almost ready to throw open its doors.

The expo, which runs at Montreal’s Place Bonaventure from April 24 to 25, is expected to attract more than 7,000 visitors all keen to check out educational seminars, demonstrations, and the latest innovations and products from more than 400 exhibitors.

Mechanical Business will also be at the show, so please stop by booth 141, just inside the entrance, to keep your subscription information up to date, and to say hello to our team.


The government of Ontario has axed the Conservation First Framework, including the popular Heating and Cooling Incentive (HCI) program.The program...


ISH, the world’s largest HVAC/R and water services event, attracted a record number of international visitors during its recent week-long run in Frankfurt, Germany...

Cintas Canada is again inviting the public to help it find Canada’s Best Restroom.
Entries will be judged based on five criteria...

Ontario’s construction industry is facing labour supply issues despite the tremendous opportunities that await young people across a wide spectrum of trades...

Canadian businesses that have been hit by U.S. Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum will be able to seek relief from a $100 million assistance fund set up by the government...

ASHRAE is now offering members the opportunity to become certified HVAC designers.
The Certified HVAC Designer (CHD) certification validates...

Piping systems manufacturer Aquatherm has restructured its Canadian sales organization.
Effective immediately, Matt Denny will...


Canarm HVAC now offers a variety of energy efficient, high volume, low speed HVLS fans including a Tri-Lite (3 blade), a Tri-Lite EC (3 blade) and a Penta-Lite (5 blade) option. HVLS fans reduce both heating and cooling costs by using a minimum amount of energy to produce required airflow.


AquaRise® is a hot and cold potable water distribution system for commercial, industrial and high building construction, offering numerous benefits over metal with a system that’s fully-approved for non-combustible applications. AquaRise also comes with technical support and jobsite trouble-shooting – all from one reliable supplier.

Learn more and schedule a Lunch and Learn today.


Lakes have always inspired storytellers – from King Arthur’s Lady of the Lake to the Loch Ness Monster and beyond – but has there ever been a tale of a self-draining lake? Drivers skirting California’s Lake Berryessa spotted what they thought was water magically pouring through a giant hole in the bottom of the reservoir. In fact, what they had witnessed was a simple concrete drain – which normally stands above the surface – working to remove excess water following heavy rainfall to channel the water into the creek 200 feet below. Now that really is magic!



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