News and Information

34th Annual No Frills Trade Show - Monday, March 5, 2012

Please visit the Vintage Brick Booth, at the Construction Specifications Canada (CSC), Toronto Chapter, Trade Show. The show opens March 5th, 2012 at 1:15 PM. "The Best One Day Show in the Construction Industry" as well as the longest running Consruction Trade Show in Toronto!

Trade associations offer a mechanism for members in a particular industry to meet and discuss issues of mutual concern, and to advance strategies to remedy those concerns. These strategies may involve health and safety, educational activities, technical developments, and tradeshows.

Springfest - Tuesday April 17th - 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Please visit the Vintage Brick booth at Springfest.

The 17th Annual Springfest returns on April 17, 2012 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre South Building. This exclusive one-day event features educational seminars and top exhibits for building owners, property managers, facility managers and others responsible for building maintenance and facility operations.

The exhibit floor is open from 10:00 AM - 2:00PM and seminars are from 8:30 AM -12:00 PM.

Our Goal

Vice-President Gary Jepson

With over a quarter Century in the Brick Industry, Vintage Brick concentrates on offering to our custoners bricks not only the highest quality, and also of the finest vintage. Our brick line is divided into three categories; Historic Ontario Size Clay Brick, Contemporary Series and Glazed Clay Brick.

Vintage Brick provides new Ontario size, molded clay, John Price style brick, which are currently being specified on numerous historical projects in Ontario. We also have available the much sought after through body buff brick which has not been available for over 20 years, as well as all of the special shapes that you may require. In total we can supply over 350 different types of Ontario size brick to aid you in your projects. We also carry a full line of highly in demand, more modern, European inspired, blue, grey and black bricks, glazed brick and block, as well as numerous colour choices of the popular brick used on projects such as Toronto’s new Opera House.