Glendale International reports fourth quarter and fiscal financial results



    Toronto Stock Exchange Symbol: GIN

    OAKVILLE, ON, Feb. 11, 2008 /CNW/ - Glendale International Corp. (TSX:
GIN) today reported financial results for the fourth quarter and year ended
November 30, 2007.

    Financial Results

    Consolidated sales from continuing operations for the fourth quarter were
$24.5 million compared to $34.4 million for the fourth quarter of last year.
Net loss from continuing operations for the fourth quarter of 2007 was $2
million, or $0.16 per share, compared to net earnings from continuing
operations of $344,000, or $0.03 per share, for the fourth quarter of 2006.
    Consolidated sales from continuing operations for fiscal 2007 were $122.7
million compared with $141.5 million for fiscal 2006. Net loss from continuing
operations for fiscal 2007 was $2.5 million, or $0.20 per share, compared to
net earnings from continuing operations of $488,000 or $0.04 per share for the
same period last year.
    Including earnings from discontinued operations net of income taxes, net
earnings for fiscal 2007 were $13.8 million, or $1.11 per share, compared to
net earnings of $2.9 million, or $0.23 per share for the same period last
year. Discontinued operations include the operations of Fernau Avionics
Limited ("Fernau"). On June 22, 2007 Fernau Holdings Limited, a wholly owned
subsidiary of the Corporation, sold its 100% interest in the ordinary shares
of Fernau to Dunwilco (1448) Limited, a corporation controlled by Dunedin
Capital Partners Limited ("Dunedin"). Dunedin acquired 100% of the ordinary
shares of Fernau for (pnds stlg)12 million, or CDN $25.6 million. The
Corporation received after-tax cash proceeds of $22.7 million relating to the
transaction, and recorded a gain of $15.2 million.
    With respect to the fourth quarter and year to date results Mr. Edward
Hanna, Chief Executive Officer of Glendale indicated that "the significant
appreciation of the Canadian dollar combined with the slowing economic
conditions in the US continues to have a negative impact on the core business
of Recreational Vehicles. In response, we have reduced costs and increased our
product differentiation. In spite of these issues, we continue to believe in
the long term growth potential of the Recreational Vehicle business."
    "Pursuant to our strategic plan we have made significant progress in
restructuring Glendale resulting in an extraordinarily strong balance sheet.
The sale of Fernau in June 2007 for $25.6 million was a significant liquidity
event during the year which enabled us to eliminate all corporate debt.
Excluding Glendale's subsidiary Firan Technology Group Corporation, Glendale
had no debt and working capital relating to its continuing operations of $26.9
million, including cash and cash equivalents of $17.5 million as at November
30, 2007. With these resources at hand, we will continue to work towards
solutions which return us to profitability." said Mr. Hanna.
    Glendale reports segmented information in its unaudited consolidated
quarterly financial statements and in its audited consolidated annual
financial statements as follows: Recreational Vehicles, Nav Aids which is
classified as a discontinued operation, Electronics, and Corporate Office. The
financial results for the fourth quarter ended November 30, 2007 and fiscal
2007 for each segment are set out below:

    Recreational Vehicles (Glendale RV and Travelaire Canada)

    Sales for the Recreational Vehicles business for the quarter decreased
42.6% to $11.9 million from $20.8 million for the same period in 2006.
Earnings from continuing operations for the quarter was $349,000 compared to
earnings from continuing operations of $402,000 for the same period in 2006.
    Sales for the Recreational Vehicles business for fiscal 2007 decreased
22.1% to $67.1 million from $86.1 million for fiscal 2006. Earnings from
continuing operations for fiscal 2007 was $697,000 compared to earnings from
continuing operations of $2.6 million for the same period in 2006.
    The decrease in sales and decrease in earnings from continuing operations
was primarily due to the continued strengthening of the Canadian dollar
against the US currency. The strengthening Canadian dollar continues to have a
negative impact on the conversion of US denominated sales to Canadian currency
as well as applying negative wholesale pricing pressures in Canada. In
addition to the strengthening Canadian currency, the Recreational Vehicles
sales and earnings have also been impacted in the fourth quarter by the
slowing economic conditions in the US. As an offset to the strengthening
Canadian currency, a portion of the Corporation's material costs are
denominated in US dollars which has helped reduce the material component of
manufacturing expenses and during the quarter a pension benefit asset was
recorded which reduced pension expense by $1.2 million.

    Electronics (Firan Technology Group Corporation)

    Sales for Firan Technology Group Corporation (TSX: FTG) for the fourth
quarter decreased 8% to $12.6 million from $13.6 million for the same period
in 2006. The decrease in sales for the fourth quarter is primarily the result
of the strengthening Canadian dollar, the transition of business to the Far
East by a major customer of the Circuits division, and the move of the
Aerospace division to a new facility, offset by the addition of new customers.
    FTG's loss before interest, income tax, and non-controlling interest for
the fourth quarter was $3.5 million compared to earnings of $1.4 in the same
period in 2006. The decrease in earnings is the result of the associated
decline in sales during the quarter combined with a reversal of $1.85 million
Scientific Research and Development Tax Credits ("SR&ED"). The SR&ED tax
credit reversal was required based on management's inability to forecast
future trends in exchange rates, decreases in income tax rates, the dynamics
associated with the transfer of manufacturing to the Far East and historical
cumulative tax losses.
    FTG's sales for fiscal 2007 were $55.6 million or $232,000 greater than
fiscal 2006. FTG's revenue has grown 115% over the past five years. This
growth is the result of the merger of FTG and Circuit World in 2003, the
acquisition of Young Electronics in December 2004, as well as organic growth.
Sales in 2007 were negatively impacted by approximately $2.0 million as a
result of the strengthening Canadian dollar and $2.9 million as a result of
the transition of business to the Far East by a major customer of the Circuits
division.
    FTG's loss before interest, income tax, and non-controlling interest for
fiscal 2007 was $2.1 million compared to earnings of $2.6 million in 2006. The
decrease in earnings is the result of the items discussed above regarding the
fourth quarter combined with the incremental costs associated with certain
subcontracted services during the year and other incremental direct costs.
    For a more detailed analysis of FTG's financial results please access
such information at SEDAR at www.sedar.com.
    Subsequent to the year-end, FTG acquired substantially all the assets of
Filtran Microcircuits Inc., for $1.45 million plus the assumption of certain
liabilities. The acquisition will accelerate FTG's penetration of very high
frequency circuit board applications. FTG intends to transition the activities
of Filtran into its existing facilities in Toronto, Ontario and Chatsworth,
California. In addition to the strategic benefit of penetrating a new market
segment, the acquisition immediately offsets the loss of revenues from
business transitioned to Far East suppliers.
    "While the end of 2007 brought a number of new challenges to FTG, we are
confident that we can overcome them and return to our expected levels of
performance. FTG will remain committed to Operational Excellence and exceeding
the expectations of its customers," stated Mr. Brad Bourne, President and
Chief Executive Officer of FTG. "While the transition of work from FTG to the
Far East is another challenge, we are accelerating our plans to be able to
address this demand for all our customers. Such steps include the recent
acquisition of Filtran Microcircuits Inc., the major capital asset program
initiated in the current year and the expansion of capacity at the FTG
Circuits - Chatsworth facility. While we are not overly concerned with our
level of customer concentration, we continue to take steps to add key new
customers to reduce the impact of any one customer on our total business," he
added.
    Mr. Bourne added, "The Corporation's external focus will continue to be
in the aerospace and defense markets and on strengthening our leadership
positions in the market segments in which we participate. Our customer base is
forecasting continued growth. With a solid business foundation and a great
management team, we continue to proactively take steps to further improve the
company. We look to advance our technology levels in both businesses, continue
our never-ending focus on Operational Excellence and proactively investigate
acquisitions. We will continue to drive towards creating shareholder value
everyday."

    Corporate Office

    Corporate office incurred expenses of $827,000 during the fourth quarter
ended November 30, 2007 compared to expenses of $456,000 in 2006. For fiscal
2007 Corporate Office incurred expenses of $1.9 million compared to $2.9
million in 2006. The decrease of $1.0 million during 2007 as compared to 2006
relates primarily to the reduction in interest expense due to the elimination
of debt and the increase in interest income with respect to cash on deposit
net of several offsetting increases and decreases in administrative expenses.

    About Glendale International Corp.

    Glendale International Corp. manages businesses that provide the
opportunity for superior long-term value creation through the application of
proven managerial expertise and innovative business strategies. The
Corporation owns profitable growth businesses in the recreational vehicles and
electronics industries, and will seek to acquire complementary businesses that
support its value-building proposition.
    Glendale International's core business, Glendale Recreational
Vehicles/Travelaire Canada, is the largest Canadian manufacturer of
recreational vehicles. The Corporation also owns a controlling position in
Firan Technology Group Corporation, a leading North American manufacturer of
high technology printed circuit boards and precision illuminated display
systems.
    Glendale International's common shares are listed on the Toronto Stock
Exchange ("TSX") under the symbol "GIN". The Corporation has 12,487,017 common
shares outstanding.
    To reach Glendale International via the worldwide web logon to
www.glendaleint.com.

    Forward-Looking Statements

    This press release contains "forward-looking" statements related to
future events or future performance and reflect the expectations of Glendale
International Corp., regarding its growth, results of operations, performance
and business prospects, and opportunities and trends affecting the
recreational vehicles, and electronics industries. Such forward-looking
statements reflect current beliefs of management and are based on information
currently available. In certain cases, forward-looking statements can be
identified by the use of words such as "believe", "expects", "will",
"intends", "projects", "anticipates", "estimates", "continues" or similar
words or the negative of these or other comparable terminology. Readers are
cautioned that forward-looking information involves known and unknown risks,
uncertainties and other factors that may cause actual results, performance or
achievements to be materially different from any future results, performance
or achievements expressed or implied by the forward-looking information.
Accordingly, investors should not place undue reliance on forward-looking
information. Any forward-looking statements included in this press release are
made as of the date of this press release and Glendale International Corp.
assumes no obligation to update or revise them to reflect new events or
circumstances.



    
    GLENDALE INTERNATIONAL CORP.
    Consolidated Balance Sheets
    (in thousands of dollars)
    (prepared without audit)
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                                                               Years Ended
                                                          -------------------
                                                           November  November
    CURRENT ASSETS                                         30, 2007  30, 2006
                                                          -------------------
      Cash and cash equivalents                            $17,543   $ 2,348
      Restricted cash                                          201         -
      Accounts receivable                                   13,154    14,807
      Income taxes recoverable                               1,798       924
      Inventories                                           18,987    19,533
      Deposits and prepaid expenses                            677       879
      Future income taxes                                        -       377
      Current assets of discontinued operations                  -    14,281
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                                                            52,360    53,149
    Notes Receivable                                         6,417     2,395
    Investment                                                 358         -
    Accrued Benefit Asset                                    1,244         -
    Investment Tax Credits Recoverable                           -     1,120
    Future Income Taxes                                        294       820
    Property, Plant and Equipment, net of accumulated
     depreciation                                            9,994     9,287
    Goodwill                                                 4,231     4,876
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                                                           $74,898   $71,647
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    CURRENT LIABILITIES
      Bank indebtedness                                    $   400   $   597
      Accounts payable and accrued liabilities              13,268    17,084
      Future income taxes                                      700         -
      Current portion of long-term debt and capital
       leases                                                1,378       995
      Current liabilities of discontinued operations             -     4,480
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                                                            15,746    23,156
    Long-Term Debt and Capital Leases                        5,927     5,584
    Deferred Gain on Sale of Property, net of accumulated
     amortization                                            3,331     4,214
    Future Income Taxes                                          -        49
    Non-Controlling Interest                                 7,513     9,109
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                                                            32,517    42,112
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    SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY
      Share capital                                          1,249     1,249
      Contributed surplus                                    9,295     9,123
      Accumulated other comprehensive (loss)/income           (829)      301
      Retained earnings                                     32,666    18,862
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                                                            42,381    29,535
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                                                           $74,898   $71,647
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    GLENDALE INTERNATIONAL CORP.
    Consolidated Statements of Earnings
    (in thousands of dollars except
     per share amounts)
    (prepared without audit)
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                                     Three Months Ended       Years Ended
                                    -----------------------------------------
                                    November   November   November   November
                                    30, 2007   30, 2006   30, 2007   30, 2006
                                   ------------------------------------------
    Sales                           $24,507    $34,401   $122,741   $141,539
                                   ------------------------------------------
    Costs and Expenses
      Manufacturing, selling and
       administration                24,369     31,249    121,190    134,559
      Impairment of property held
       for sale                           -          -          -        561
      (Gain)/loss on sale of
       property, plant and
       equipment                          -         (1)         7         (4)
      Amortization of deferred
       gain                            (220)      (151)      (883)      (151)
      Research and development
       costs                          3,150      2,575      3,150      2,575
      Recovery of research and
       development costs                885     (1,120)       885     (1,120)
      Depreciation and
       amortization                     841        804      3,399      3,560
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                                     29,025     33,356    127,748    139,980
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    (Loss)/Earnings Before
     Undernoted                      (4,518)     1,045     (5,007)     1,559
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    Other Income (Expenses)
      Interest income                   319         34        845        141
      Interest expense -
       long term                        (54)       (63)      (584)      (535)
      Interest expense -
       short term                        (5)       (75)       (30)      (651)
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                                        260       (104)       231     (1,045)
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    (Loss)/Earnings Before Income
     Taxes, Non-Controlling
     Interest and Discontinued
     Operations                     ($4,258)      $941    ($4,776)      $514

    (Recovery of)/provision for
     income taxes                      (307)        83      (712)       (987)
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    (Loss)/Earnings Before
     Non-Controlling Interest and
     Discontinued Operations        ($3,951)      $858    ($4,064)    $1,501
    Non-controlling interest          1,958       (514)     1,596     (1,013)
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    (Loss)/Earnings from
     Continuing Operations          ($1,993)      $344    ($2,468)      $488
    Earnings from discontinued
     operations, net of income
     taxes                              513        587     16,272      2,385
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    Net (Loss)/Earnings             ($1,480)      $931    $13,804     $2,873
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    Basic and Diluted Net (Loss)/
     Earnings per Share from
     Continuing Operations           ($0.16)     $0.03     ($0.20)     $0.04
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    Basic and Diluted Net (Loss)/
     Earnings per Share              ($0.12)     $0.07      $1.11      $0.23
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    GLENDALE INTERNATIONAL CORP.
    Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows
    (in thousands of dollars)
    (prepared without audit)        Three Months Ended        Years Ended
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                                    November   November   November   November
                                    30, 2007   30, 2006   30, 2007   30, 2006
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    Operating Activities
      Net (loss)/earnings from
       continuing operations        ($1,993)      $344    ($2,468)      $488
      Items not affecting cash
        Amortization of deferred
         gain                          (220)      (151)      (883)      (151)
        Depreciation and
         amortization                   841        804      3,399      3,560
        Stock based compensation
         expense                         44         50        172        200
        Future income taxes           1,145        621      1,548        (96)
        Scientific research and
         development tax credits      1,120     (1,120)     1,120     (1,120)
        Non-controlling interest     (1,958)       514     (1,596)     1,013
        Impairment of property
         held for sale                    -          -          -        561
        (Gain)/loss on sale of
         property, plant and
         equipment                        -         (1)         7         (4)
        Effect of exchange rates
         on foreign currency
         denominated Canadian
         debt                          (193)      (319)      (430)      (116)
        Increase in accrued
         benefit asset               (1,244)         -     (1,244)         -
        Impairment of investment
         in 1586603 Ontario Inc.        300          -        300          -
        Changes in non-cash
         operating working
         capital                       (327)       101     (2,568)    (5,142)
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                                     (2,485)       843     (2,643)      (807)

      Discontinued operations           513      2,303       (724)     5,090

    Investing Activities
      Purchase of property, plant
       and equipment                 (1,063)    (1,205)    (4,338)    (3,164)
      Proceeds on sale of
       property, plant and
       equipment                          -      6,350          8      8,768
      Restricted cash                 2,009          -       (201)         -
      Increase in notes
       receivable                    (4,450)      (428)    (4,450)      (428)
      Receipt of notes receivable       428          -        428          -
      Investment in 1586603
       Ontario Inc.                    (658)         -       (658)         -
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                                     (3,734)     4,717     (9,211)     5,176

      Discontinued operations             -     (1,558)    26,464      1,233

    Financing Activities
      Increase/(decrease) in bank
       indebtedness                     400     (5,784)      (197)    (5,909)
      New term financing                  -          -          -      6,819
      Proceeds from long-term
       debt                             519          -      2,634          -
      Repayment of long-term debt
       and capital leases              (296)      (960)    (1,031)   (11,698)
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                                        623     (6,744)     1,406    (10,788)
      Effect of foreign exchange
       rates on cash                    (84)       256        (97)       393
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    (Decrease)/increase in cash
     and cash equivalents            (5,167)      (184)    15,195        297
    Net Cash and Cash Equivalents,
     Beginning of Period             22,710      2,531      2,348      2,051
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    Net Cash and Cash Equivalents,
     End of Year                    $17,543    $ 2,348    $17,543     $2,348
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    GLENDALE INTERNATIONAL CORP.
    Segmented Information
    (in thousands of dollars)
    (prepared without audit)
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                                       OPERATING SEGMENTS
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    Three Months
     Ended         Recrea-
     November      tional               Elect-            Corporate
     30, 2007     Vehicles  Nav Aids    ronics     Other    Office     Total
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    Sales          $11,944         -   $12,563         -         -   $24,507
    Costs and
     expenses       11,595         -    16,061         -     1,369    29,025
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    Loss before
     undernoted        349         -    (3,498)        -    (1,369)   (4,518)
    Interest income      -         -         -         -       319       319
    Interest expense
     - long term         -         -      (152)        -        98       (54)
    Interest expense
     - short term        -         -         -         -        (5)       (5)
    Income tax
     recovery            -         -       177         -       130       307
    Non-controlling
     interest            -         -     1,958         -         -     1,958
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    Loss from
     continuing
     operations        349         -    (1,515)        -      (827)   (1,993)
    Earnings from
     discontinued
     operation,
     net of income
     taxes               -         -         -         -       513       513
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    Net loss          $349         -   ($1,515)        -     ($314)  ($1,480)
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    Total and
     identifiable
     assets        $17,699         -   $20,520         -   $36,679   $74,898
    Capital
     expenditures      $52         -    $1,006         -        $5    $1,063
    Depreciation
     and
     amortization      $70         -      $766         -        $5      $841
    Goodwill             -         -    $4,231         -         -    $4,231


    Three Months
     Ended November
     30, 2006
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    Sales          $20,798         -   $13,603         -         -   $34,401
    Costs and
     expenses       20,396         -    12,226         -       734    33,356
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    Earnings
     before
     undernoted        402         -     1,377         -      (734)    1,045
    Interest income      -         -         -         -        34        34
    Interest expense
     - long term         -         -      (135)        -        72       (63)
    Interest expense
     - short term        -         -         -         -       (75)      (75)
    Income tax
     provision           -         -      (330)        -       247       (83)
    Non-controlling
     interest            -         -      (514)        -         -      (514)
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    Earnings from
     continuing
     operations        402         -       398         -      (456)      344
    Earnings from
     discontinued
     operations,
     net of
     income taxes        -     1,611         -      (193)     (831)      587
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    Net earnings      $402    $1,611      $398     ($193)  ($1,287)     $931
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    Total and
     identifiable
     assets        $18,929         -   $23,739         -   $28,979   $71,647
    Capital
     expenditures      $19         -    $1,176         -       $10    $1,205
    Depreciation
     and
     amortization      $41         -      $757         -        $6      $804
    Goodwill             -         -    $4,876         -         -    $4,876


                                       OPERATING SEGMENTS
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    Twelve Months
    Ended          Recrea-
    November       tional               Elec-             Corporate
    30, 2007      Vehicles  Nav Aids   tronics     Other    Office     Total
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    Sales          $67,109         -   $55,632         -         -  $122,741
    Costs and
     expenses       66,412         -    57,697         -     3,639   127,748
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    Loss before
     undernoted        697         -    (2,065)        -    (3,639)   (5,007)
    Interest income      -         -         -         -       845       845
    Interest expense
     - long term         -         -      (578)        -        (6)     (584)
    Interest expense
     - short term        -         -         -         -       (30)      (30)
    Income tax
     recovery            -         -      (188)        -       900       712
    Non-controlling
     interest            -         -     1,596         -         -     1,596
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    Loss from
     continuing
     operations        697         -    (1,235)        -    (1,930)   (2,468)
    Earnings from
     discontinued
     operation,
     net of income
     taxes               -    17,692         -         -    (1,420)   16,272
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    Net earnings      $697   $17,692   ($1,235)        -   ($3,350)  $13,804
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    Total and
     identifiable
     assets        $17,699         -   $20,520         -   $36,679   $74,898
    Capital
     expenditures     $336         -    $3,983         -       $19    $4,338
    Depreciation
     and
     amortization     $399         -    $2,977         -       $23    $3,399
    Goodwill             -         -    $4,231         -         -    $4,231


    Twelve Months
     Ended November
     30, 2006
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    Sales          $86,139         -   $55,400         -         -  $141,539
    Costs and
     expenses       83,508         -    52,849         -     3,623   139,980
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    Earnings before
     undernoted      2,631         -     2,551         -    (3,623)    1,559
    Interest income      -         -         -         -       141       141
    Interest expense
     - long term         -         -      (483)        -       (52)     (535)
    Interest expense
     - short term        -         -         -         -      (651)     (651)
    Income tax
     recovery            -         -      (271)        -     1,258       987
    Non-controlling
     interest            -         -    (1,013)        -         -    (1,013)
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    Earnings from
     continuing
     operations      2,631         -       784         -    (2,927)      488
    Earnings from
     discontinued
     operations,
     net of income
     taxes               -     3,409         -      (193)     (831)    2,385
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    Net earnings    $2,631    $3,409      $784     ($193)  ($3,758)   $2,873
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    Total and
     identifiable
     assets        $18,929         -   $23,739         -   $28,979   $71,647
    Capital
     expenditures     $265         -    $2,870         -       $29    $3,164
    Depreciation
     and
     amortization     $417         -    $3,099         -       $44    $3,560
    Goodwill             -         -    $4,876         -         -    $4,876
    

    %SEDAR: 00002453E




For further information:

For further information: Edward C. Hanna, Chief Executive Officer and
Chairman, Glendale International Corp., (905) 844-2870, (905) 844-2907 fax,
Email: ehanna@glendaleint.com; Brian Jennings, Chief Financial Officer,
Glendale International Corp., (905) 844-2870, (905) 844-2907 fax, Email:
bjennings@glendaleint.com

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