Season’s Greetings

A detail from one of the north lancet windows at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Toronto

We wish you a safe and joyful Christmas, and health and happiness for the New Year.

From everyone at EGD, thanks to all of our clients and colleagues for your support in 2020.

We look forward to working with all of you in 2021.

EGD Glass has contributed to local organisations that need support more than ever this year.

The studio will be closed for the holidays from 21st December to 4th January 2021

EGD Glass wishes you a Joyous Holiday Season and Best Wishes for 2020


The image featured in this Christmas card is a detail from St. Francis de Sales, St. Francis Centre for Community, Arts and Culture Ajax. The windows were designed and fabricated by N.T Lyon Studio

To mark the holiday season, EGD Glass is making a financial contribution to three organizations in need of support this year – Doctors Without Borders, the Yonge Street Mission, Sistering and Covenant House.

The National Trust’s Ecclesiastical Insurance Cornerstone Awards 2019

This year the Cambridge Old Post Office and Idea Exchange has been selected as a recipient under the Transformative Projects category.

Congratulations to the award recipients, EGD is proud to be  a member of the heritage team.

The National Trust’s Ecclesiastical Insurance Cornerstone Awards celebrate exemplary projects, places and people that contribute to the quality of life and sense of place, and illustrate the viability of heritage buildings and sites for traditional or new uses.

Until 2012, Cambridge’s 1885 masonry post office, listed as a National Historic Site and located on the bank of the Grand river, was in serious disrepair. The community in Cambridge saw this as an opportunity to preserve a historic building while creating new social infrastructure. A collaboration between the City of Cambridge and Idea Exchange, the project involved wrapping a 9,000-square-foot transparent pavilion around two sides of the the old structure, while sensitively rehabilitating the original building. Today, the building, now called The Old Post Office and Idea Exchange, houses Canada’s first “bookless” library.