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Venmar Ventilation Inc.
550, Lemire Blvd
Drummondville, Quebec
J2C 7W9
Tel.: 819 477-6226
Fax: 819 475-2660

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News

Passing of a Great Leader

Respected business leader, Mr. Pascal Ialenti, passed away last Saturday after a long battle with cancer. Mr. Ialenti ruled the destiny of Broan-NuTone Canada and Venmar Ventilation from 1996 to 2014.

Published Monday February 24, 2014 - [Read more]

Tax Credit for Eco-Friendly Home Renovation

Think renovation with the Tax Credit for Eco-Friendly Home Renovation? The installation of a new air exchanger is part of the work covered!

Published Friday November 1, 2013 - [Read more]

Lisette Arel awarded the Grand prix Leader en santé et sécurité du travail by the CSST

Under the theme Lumière sur les visages de la prévention! (Spotlight on the faces of prevention!), the CSST held its eighth Gala national de Grands Prix santé et sécurité du travail on April 23, 2013, at the Québec City Convention Centre. The evening

Published Monday April 29, 2013 - [Read more]

Venmar is fighting cancer!

The Pascal Ialenti Golf Open, an absolute success!

Published Tuesday September 18, 2012 - [Read more]

Venmar and new Energy Star standards

Venmar takes the lead!

Published Wednesday July 11, 2012 - [Read more]

Venmar Ventilation honored by the CSST

At the 7th Gala national des Grands Prix santé et sécurité du travail

Published Tuesday May 1, 2012 - [Read more]

Venmar Social Involvement

The Pascal Ialenti Golf Open will be held September 10, 2012 at Le Blainvillier Golf course

Published Tuesday April 17, 2012 - [Read more]

Venmar on the HVI Board of Directors

Daniel Forest reelection to the Home Ventilating Institute (HVI) Board

Published Thursday April 5, 2012 - [Read more]

Heat Recovery Ventilators Prevent Respiratory Disorders in Children

Montreal, Quebec, April 7, 2010 – Houses today are so well sealed that they can trap humidity and pollutants indoors as a result of insufficient ventilation.

Published Wednesday April 7, 2010 - [Read more]