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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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. more

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The manager of the UBC research forest near Williams Lake says that after a summer of wildfires, he's considering more frequent thinning of the forest to prevent such out-of-control fires in the future. more

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Thousands of evacuees from Princeton, 100 Mile House and surrounding areas in British Columbia are free to go home after evacuation orders were downgraded to alerts on Sunday. more

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The City of Beaconsfield is taking a new approach to try to save its ash trees from emerald ash borer infestations. It's started a three-year pilot project that involves using traps to help kill off the invasive beetles. more

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New Brunswick's new special envoy to the United States on the softwood lumber tariff dispute says he will begin work immediately to get the province a favourable deal. more

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A group of Quebec mayors are in Washington today trying to rally support for a swift end to the latest softwood lumber dispute, the effects of which are already being felt in the province. more

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A group of Quebec mayors made its case in Washington, DC today for a quick end to the dispute over softwood lumber, which has hurt the industry in the province. more

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Yukon's Teslin Tlingit Council is getting a boost from the territorial government, receiving $150,000 as they work to convert 10 community buildings to biomass heating. more

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This week the first batch of 'Made in Canada' parasitic wasps will emerge in the fight against the emerald ash borer. more

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A fire at NorSask Forest Products has meant half of the company's workers have been laid off. On Jan. 12, a fire broke out at the Meadow Lake, Sask., sawmill's intake plant, where logs are stripped of their bark. more

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The Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry in Ontario is looking to her federal counterpart for help with the current uncertainty in the softwood lumber industry. more

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BC's Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations says he's gearing up for what could be challenging and lengthy negotiations surrounding softwood lumber trade with the United States. more

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International Steelworkers president Leo Gerard supported the Democrats in the recent US election, but says many Steelworkers on both sides of the border liked Trump's focus on the economy and restoring industrial jobs. more

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Nova Scotia Trade Minister Michel Samson says he believes the province will be exempt from any new duties that could be placed on Canadian softwood lumber by the US government. more

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