Multi-Glass International Appoints Dennis Hewko to Board of Directors

Multi-Glass International Corp. (TSX-VENTURE: MSS), a leading distributor and customized value-added fabricator of insulation and other construction related products and services to the commercial and industrial construction markets, announced today the appointment of Dennis Hewko of Caledon, Ontario to the Board of Directors. Mr.

Hewko, is Group President of Crane Valves, a division of Crane Co. of Stamford, Connecticut. Mr. Hewko is responsible for nine business units, 18
manufacturing facilities in 11 countries as well as 25 sales offices. Over the past few years he has spearheaded the rationalization of multiple businesses
resulting in increased productivity and profitability.

"We are delighted that Dennis is joining our board. He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge and will add a new perspective to the board's deliberations," commented Keith F. Eaman, Chairman of Multi-Glass.

600450 Multi-Glass International Appoints Dennis Hewko to Board of Directors
Date: 31 January 2003

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