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U.S. National Interagency Fire Center's outlook is a 'heads-up' for B.C., says fire ecologist Read more

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A Hydro One worker died and three others were injured in a work site accident north of Haliburton on Thursday morning. Read more

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Forest consultants recommend MCH repellent for tree-eating insects that begin attacking trees in early summer Read more

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Liberals use their majority to move Bill 118 back to the legislature floor unamended Read more

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Company says, if its offer is accepted, it will restart plant, employ 600-700 in mill, forestry operations 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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New wage subsidies and a bigger industry in Labrador are just some of the points that have come together to form a mega plan of sorts for the forestry industry in Newfoundland and Labrador. Read more

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A former mayor and forestry operator on the of the Northern Peninsula has big questions about the company involved in the timber rights deal in his backyard. And he's spending his own money to find the answers. Read more

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Tree poaching — illegally cutting and selling timber from Crown lands — is a growing problem on Vancouver Island, according to the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development. Read more

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A BC forest company has been ordered to pay $80,000 in damages after cutting down dozens of trees in a couple's backyard — trees that had been on the family property for generations. Read more

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The Ontario government is looking to develop a strategy to promote economic growth in the forestry sector. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry will be holding a series of roundtable discussions across the province in preparation. Read more

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Jeff Landriault says he "did a little rain dance" with a "big smile" on his face when raindrops started to fall on Lady Evelyn Lake this week. Read more

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As forest fires rage across North America, one expert argues that Canada needs to rethink who foots the bill once the flames have been stamped out. Read more

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Crews fighting forest fires in northern Ontario are receiving help from other provinces, the US and Mexico as they try to contain a cluster of blazes after days of hot and humid weather. Read more

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Chief of Wauzhushk Onigum First Nation, Chris Skead is calling on his community to help the people of Wabaseemoong First Nation as they evacuate their home due to smoke from a forest fire approximately 20 kilometres from the community. Read more

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Fire crews are still working to fight several forest fires in northeastern Ontario, including one threatening the community of Temagami, Ont. Read more

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Forest fires in northwestern Ontario are continuing to spark up daily. According to a spokesperson from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, twelve new forest fires were reported in northwestern Ontario on Wednesday. Read more

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A partnership of three northern Ontario First Nations says it has reached an agreement with an area mill operator to supply wood to a recently re-started sawmill in the Greenstone region. Read more

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As families head off to camp for the Canada Day long weekend, a spokesperson with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is advising residents in northwestern Ontario to be extra careful when lighting fires. Read more

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As foresters — and those who work in the industry — gather in Timmins for an annual meeting, women in that sector will also take time to compare notes. Read more

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Newfoundland and Labrador forest fire crews have been busy this long weekend, with at least seven fires reported in the province. Read more

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Two massive northern Alberta wildfires sparked an idea among some University of Alberta students that has really taken off — all the way into outer space. Read more

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Employees at Thunder Bay's Resolute Forest Products have reached a new collective bargaining agreement, a deal that serves as a template for forestry industry workers throughout Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada. Read more

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Unifor has selected Resolute Forest Products as the target company in a new round of "pattern bargaining," which the union hopes will set a precedent for all of eastern Canada's forestry industry, a Unifor spokesperson said Tuesday. Read more

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Thousands of ash trees infested by the tiny but destructive emerald ash borer will be cut down in Mount Royal Park by March 2019. Read more

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Curbing raw log exports to boost jobs in BC's forestry industry has been a focus of previous provincial governments and continues to be an issue for Premier John Horgan during his first year in power. Read more

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