Register now for ATA’s Canada Workshop

ATA Canada

Dec 12, 2022

Register your spot by Jan. 30 and SAVE $50. ATA’s Canada Division encourages you to attend a one-day workshop focused on the Canadian textile market. This workshop takes place Feb. 9, 2023 at Lasalle Canvas Inc., in Quebec, CA. Participate with other like-minded business owners in the Canadian provinces involved in shade, architectural structures, marine tops, tarps and more. We’ll cover hot topics in a roundtable discussion, take in hands-on equipment demos in a shop setting, and explore potential solutions to current challenges facing the members of our industry today.


• Experience a live recording of ATA’s podcast Talking Textiles with hosts Mark Tyrell and Alex Petizian.
• Learn about the pros and cons with adding technology—getting buy-in and going through the transition.
• We’ll look at hot topics, supply chain concerns and employee retention during a roundtable discussion.
• Enjoy a Cinq à sept (Happy Hour) with your friends and collogues.

Register now. 


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