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Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) and the Canadian Council of Forest Ministers (CCFM) are proud to open applications for the eighth annual Skills Awards for Indigenous Youth program. Read more

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Representatives of Resolute Forest Products are asking Queen’s Park for help, as they battle with American producers for access to U.S. markets. Read more

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There's been a blizzard this week in Utah, and still, State Forester Brian Cottam is preoccupied with forest fires. Read more

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The Milwaukee (Wisconsin) City Council's City Plan Commission voted unanimously to approve the rezoning for a project that includes what could be the Western Hemisphere's tallest mass timber structure, 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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As wildfires continue to increase throughout Washington state, so does the sense of urgency to prevent and control them. Read more

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As provincial political parties lay out their visions for the coming years, they know it’s British Columbians who will be rolling up their sleeves and doing the work. 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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The Washington State Department of Natural Resources is empowering communities to tackle important forest health issues with two new grant programs. Read more

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Thanks to recent road reclassifications in Nova Scotia, log haulers can now travel with heavier payloads on 10 per cent more of the province’s roads. Read more

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It was a few months ago that Jeff Bishop noticed a growing unease about the future of Nova Scotia's forest industry. Read more

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In 2017, China imported US$8.83 billion of total lumber products from the United States, according to the World Bank. Read more

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Six years ago Michael Green took the stage at a TED conference and called for a global era of wood-framed skyscrapers. Some were skeptical. Read more

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Thirteen Indigenous communities who control more than 50 per cent of the provincial allocated and active wood supply in Saskatchewan have banded together. Read more

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Hydro One announced yesterday that it is mobilizing approximately 20 highly specialized forestry technicians to help inspect the electrical system and assist crews following the devastating effects of wildfires in California. Read more

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A report made public in August called for fundamental changes to how trees are harvested in Nova Scotia at the time. But three months later, the province has still not responded to any of the recommendations in the report. Read more

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Canada is confident it will win legal challenges to American steel and aluminum tariffs that remain despite the new NAFTA deal. Read more

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Until about six months ago, BC’s forestry companies were riding a lumber bull market. Record-high lumber prices in the US had muted softwood lumber duties, and BC forestry companies were netting record profits. Read more

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A First Nation in northwestern Ontario and a local conservation group want a piece of land that extends into Eagle Lake near Dryden removed from future forestry management planning and set aside so it becomes permanently off-limits to logging. Read more

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South Country forestry workers could walk off the job “any day” as part of rotating job action by the employees’ union. Read more

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