Caledonia

Caledonia is a granite from Quebec and a Canadian emblem. It is known for its color consistency, making it a good choice of granite for multistep projects. Often... View Article

Canadian Violet

A Canadian granite that is famed across North America, Canadian Violetta is known to be an excellent construction material: its pink hues feature in many architectural projects.

Crystal Gold

Crystal Gold granite is a superb, large-grained granite with a definite gold color.

Kodiak Brown

This granite is a treasure from the Canadian mountains. Often compared to Antique Brown, it’s the ideal granite for countertops. Its deep brown and black hues lend warmth to any design.

Nordic Black

The tight metallic grain and large crystals of this granite make it the perfect choice for indoor applications such as countertops. Once polished, its thin white veins steal... View Article

Newton Brown

This granite stands out from all others with its unique coarse brown grain: the richest color on the market.

Pine Green

Pine Green is a large-grained granite that is a light pastel color which appears substantially darker when used indoors.

Polychrome

This neutral granite’s complexity, resistance and coarse mineral structure make it the choice of architects around the world for huge projects calling for consistency... View Article

St. Sebastian

Widely used for the construction of steps for churches and other important buildings, this granite is a heritage material in Quebec. Its grains are small and uniform... View Article

Titanium Pearl

Titanium Pearl is a tight-grained granite that features blue-gray hues with the look of concrete.

Vermillon Pink

This fine-grained deep pink granite is popular for its versatile and fashionable qualities.

Winneway

Strong and multipurpose, this tight-grained pink granite suits indoor and outdoor applications.

Eramosa

Eramosa features a matte, granular surface in earth-toned hues and is gorgeous both indoors and out. Available in Cross Cut and... View Article

Cascapedia

Strikingly rich in colors that can only come from the harsh Canadian climate, the Cascapedia stone is a breccia-type marble that can be found in the castles and aristocratic... View Article

Senesun

Senesun granite’s inherent warmth adds a sophisticated element to the area in which it is installed. Its natural characteristics and... View Article