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The province of Nova Scotia says it needs more time and information to review Northern Pulp’s proposed effluent drainage plan, leaving the future of the mill still in question. Read more

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The first Sunday of the 2019 Provincial Election campaign has come and gone as party leaders continue to move around Alberta. Read more

Delta’s Nupoint Systems has hundreds of remote viewer satellite camera systems installed across North America, and last weekend the technology saved a hiker lost in the Alberta foothills. Read more

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HELENA, Mont. — Montana's forestry agency is working with federal, local and private organizations to increase logging on national forests to improve forest health and decrease the risk of disease and catastrophic fires. Read more

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CHARLOTTETOWN — Justin Trudeau says his government is concerned with plans by a pulp mill in northern Nova Scotia to dump treated effluent into the Northumberland Strait, but... Read more

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The P.E.I. environment minister is calling on private land owners to take part in a program to capture carbon by planting more trees across the Island. Read more

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What does forestry mean for the Ontario Forest Industries Association (OFIA)? For OFIA, forestry is business, people and science. That was the theme of the association’s 76th annual meeting and convention, held Wednesday in Toronto. Read more

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The province is saying very little about its investigation into the cause of the Parry Sound 33 forest fire, other than the fact it is not laying charges. Read more

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Tucked away on the Vancouver campus of the University of British Columbia sits a marvel of innovation in wood construction. It’s called Brock Commons, a student residence tower housing some 400 students. Read more

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ASTI provides grants to fund job and safety training that seek to minimize consequent deaths and injuries, and promote overall workforce safety that is critical for the tree care industry. The next deadline to submit is March 1. Read more

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