Member Groups

Alliance Québécoise des imprimeurs et fabricants d’emballage (AQIFE)

Jamie Barbieri
725 montée Masson
Terrebonne, Quebec   J6W 3A3
https://www.aqife.com/

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The AQIFE is dedicated to the progression of the printing industry in Quebec and supports the interests of all members across the province by promoting print initiatives and industry collaboration – including the communication and delivery of products and services that enhance the growth and success of our members. The AQIFE provides a strong voice at government to ensure our industry is heard on issues affecting our interests.

Atlantic Printing Industries Association (APIA)

Kevin Deveau
105 Akerley Blvd.
Dartmouth, NS   B3B 1R7
http://www.atlanticpia.ca

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The Atlantic Printing and Imaging Association (APIA) is a not for profit association, committed to advocating for the Atlantic printing industry. The association has an elected Board of Directors from all 4 provinces in Atlantic Canada and is a member of the Canadian Printing Industries Association (CPIA), who’s mission is to strengthen and support the continual advancement of the printing industry across Canada.

APIA Objectives:

  • Help members promote the effectiveness, environmental benefits and the sustainability of print.
  • Represent the Atlantic printing industry with one voice to government to encourage fair and positive policy development.
  • Promote the growth and employment opportunities within the Atlantic printing industry.
  • Support and liaise with the Canadian Printing Industry Association (CPIA)

Manitoba Print Industry Association Inc. (MPIA)

Suite 306
120-1400 Ellie Ave
Winnipeg MB
R3G 0J1

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The Manitoba Print Industry Association Inc. (MPIA) is a province-wide, Non-Profit, industry-based organization created to attract and retain individuals into the printing industry in Manitoba.  MPIA focuses on collaborative human resource development and training initiatives with employers, government, like-minded organizations and educational partners to expand training opportunities within the province.

Ontario Printing Industries Association (OPIA)

Tracey Preston
3-1750 The Queensway Suite 135
Toronto, Ontario   M9C 5H5
http://www.ontarioprinting.net

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The Ontario Printing and Imaging Association is the resource of choice for the evolving graphic communications industry.  The OPIA is dedicated to providing relevant services, trusted leadership and advocacy, promoting the success of our members, and the health of the printing Industry.  OPIA runs a very successful WSIB Safety Group program for the printing industry, an FSC Small Group with Rainforest Alliance, training and networking events.

Print Forward

102- 211 Columbia Street
Vancouver BC, V6A 2R5
https://printforward.org

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PrintForward is an industry association dedicated to the promotion and advancement of the best interests of the printing industry in Western Canada. It is a recognized voice in the printing industry and offers its members one of the most dynamic partnership agreements of any association in North America.

Printing & Graphics Industries Association of Alberta (PGIA)

Bain Spielman
PO Box 61229
Calgary, AB   T2N 4S6
http://www.pgia.ca

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The PGIA is committed to the advancement of a healthy, effective and ethical graphic arts industry in the Province of Alberta. We do this by providing resources and a forum for member companies to network, learn, communicate, share and grow. Building relationships is key to the health of our industry and the PGIA works diligently to ensure all members have a voice and work together to strengthen the industry.

Printing Equipment & Supply Dealers of Canada (PESDA)

Dan Mustata
11 Ruddington Drive 
Suite 231

Toronto, Ontario  M2K 2J6 
http://www.pesda.com

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Pesda is an Association of Suppliers and Dealers serving the Canadian Graphic Arts Industry since 1975. During the past 43 years we have grown our membership from a few industry suppliers to a broad cross section of leading printing Industry manufacturers, suppliers and dealers. Pesda Members are provided a number of data based reports on the Canadian Graphics Industry including North American related Market Segments.

Saskatchewan Printing Industries Association (SPIA)

Martin Zip
PO Box 7152
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan   S7K 4J1
http://www.spia.ca

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The Saskatchewan Printing Industries Association (SPIA) is a non-profit, voluntary trade association dedicated to promoting the best interests of the printing and allied industries in Saskatchewan. The provincial association is governed by a Board of Directors, which is elected by the membership from among the most progressive firms in the industry.

The association was formed in 1960 as the Saskatchewan Graphics Arts Association with the amalgamation of the Saskatoon Employing Printers Association and the Employing Printers Association of Regina.