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Trusscore earns place on 2020 Growth List of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies for eighth year in a row

PALMERSTON, Ontario — October 15, 2020 — For the eighth consecutive year, Trusscore, the material science company that makes sustainable, improved alternatives for drywall, plasterboard, and fibre-reinforced plastic panels, has earned a spot on the 2020 Growth List of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies. Trusscore placed 332nd on the list. The Growth List ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing … Continue

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Trusscore announces partnership with HGTV home renovation stars Bryan and Sarah Baeumler

KITCHENER, Ontario — September 23, 2020 — Trusscore, the material science company that makes sustainable, improved alternatives for drywall, plasterboard, and fiber-reinforced plastic panels, today announced an exclusive partnership with do-it-yourself renovation TV stars Bryan and Sarah Baeumler.   The Baeumlers, a husband-and-wife team who have been featured on HGTV for more than a decade and currently star in the hit HGTV show Island of Bryan (in Canada) and Renovation Island (in the U.S.) will serve as brand ambassadors showcasing Trusscore’s products to homeowners, contractors and, architects.   “Trusscore’s products are going to revolutionize the building trades,” said Bryan Baeumler. “Trusscore Wall&CeilingBoard is durable, cost-effective, and fast and … Continue

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Mars Discovery District: 5 innovations that can help provide a safer return to the office

From virus prevention strategies to ultra-effective anti-bacterial solutions, tech ventures are developing ways to make workspaces safer. Originally published June 09, 2020 on MaRS. Written by By Matthew Hague Many of the some five-million Canadians who have been working remotely since the start of the pandemic might never have to commute, put on a suit … Continue

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Trusscore raises $5.33 million in seed financing round

Material science company to accelerate research and development, marketing, and sales of sustainable building materials KITCHENER, Ontario – Trusscore, a material science company that is changing the way people build by combining sustainable materials and nanotechnology, today announced it has completed an oversubscribed CDN$5.33-million seed round of financing. Proceeds from the financing will assist in … Continue

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Walls for hogs redesigned to keep COVID-19 at bay in ERs

WINGHAM, ONT. — A Palmerston company that makes walls to separate hogs in pig barns, is playing a big part in keeping COVID-19 at bay in emergency rooms and long term care homes across Canada. Five weeks ago, Trusscore’s braintrust sat down to talk about how they could help out Ontario as it dealt with … Continue

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Recover centres on stand-by in Grey Bruce

Two Community Recovery Centres are set up, one at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine and the second at the P&H Centre in Hanover. These centres are on stand-by and will only be operational as required. If warranted, a third site may be established at a place to be determined by local needs. The centres are … Continue

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Code Now: How Tech Can Help Medicine Beat COVID-19

Perhaps no sector of Canadian society has been more ripe, or eager, for paradigm-busting transformation through tech-based innovation than the hospital and medical community. And at no other time has the need for that transformation been more acute. As COVID-19 shuts down cities, threatens to overwhelm hospitals and – grimly – claims lives, the urgency … Continue

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Company producing temporary hospital walls during COVID-19 has ties to the Sault

Trusscore CEO and Sault Ste. Marie native Dave Caputo was in a video conference Tuesday morning when all of his messaging services and social media accounts began to blow up. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau used his daily COVID-19 address from Rideau Cottage to laud Caputo and his team for repurposing their sustainable building material plant … Continue

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The Helpers | This week’s stories of people stepping up in a pandemic

People across Waterloo region are stepping up to help their neighbours, front-line workers and more.  This week on CBC Kitchener-Waterloo’s The Morning Edition, we featured a number of stories about them, including hospital equipment drives, creating temporary walls for hospitals and handing out nutritious food to families in need. Here’s a selection of stories about helpers … Continue