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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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With the major fire that devastated the forests around Fort McMurray a year ago still fresh in our memory, Quebec researchers warn that our province is not immune to such a cataclysmic event. Read more

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WINNIPEG – A group that represents 30 northern Manitoba First Nations wants to talk with the province about buying a mill that is closing in December. Read more

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The Alberta government says it is providing nearly $13 million in funding to help create new uses for agricultural and forestry products through the Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions agency. Read more

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Tissue manufacturer Kruger Products L.P. has announced it’s investing $55 million to add a paper machine at its Crabtree plant in the Lanaudiere region of central Quebec. Read more

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A vast stretch of boreal forest along the Manitoba-Ontario boundary moved one step closer to international recognition Friday, as two UNESCO advisory bodies recommended Pimachiowin Aki be deemed a world heritage site. Read more

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A forestry company is donating a large tract of land that includes at-risk species of trees in northern Nova Scotia. Read more

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University of Victoria scientists say they have some good news about global warming and its impact on British Columbia’s forests, especially about the environment’s recovery from the devastating mountain pine beetle outbreak more than a decade ago. Read more

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The move comes in response to a U.S. decision to impose the duties against Canadian paper mills ranging from 17.87 per cent to 20.18 per cent. Read more

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No injuries reported; mill expected to resume operations in about a week. Read more

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The days of the mountain pine beetle gnawing, unchecked, through the forests of B.C. and north-central Alberta could be numbered, thanks to a microscopic breakthrough. Read more

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