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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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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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The Fourth National Climate Assessment focuses on human welfare, societal, and environmental elements of climate change. Read more

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Canada’s forest sector continues to be an important generator of jobs in communities across the country, including rural, remote and Indigenous communities. Read more

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Exports of softwood lumber from Russia, Germany and the Nordic countries have increased due to high demand for wood in Asia and Europe in early 2018, while Canadian exports fell to the lowest levels in five years Read more

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Wildfires roaring through BC timber stands are being linked to both rising lumber prices and rallying stocks for Canadian forest product companies. Read more

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A new review of Nova Scotia’s forestry practices is calling for fundamental changes to the way trees are harvested in the province. Read more

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A team from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) analyzed wood samples from the oldest existing experimental areas spanning a period of 150 years and reached a surprising conclusion. Read more

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As the West’s fire seasons grow more intense, a team of Oregon State University researchers is looking for ways to keep blazes from spreading. Read more

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Trans Canada Trail (TCT) has announced a $200,000 gift from TimberWest Forest Corp., which will support new improvements along The Great Trail in British Columbia. Read more

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More areas south of Sudbury, Ont., received evacuation notices today as firefighters continue to try to control a fast-growing forest fire known as Parry Sound 33. Read more

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The patchwork of green forests in and around Jasper National Park is increasingly interrupted with splashes of red. Read more

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Oregon State University will receive nearly $500,000 from the USDA to study the effects of moisture accumulation in mass timber buildings. Read more

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Cottony ash psyllids were found in Winnipeg last summer but are having more impact this season. Read more

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Canadian industries will continue to work with Ottawa in the hope of addressing cross-border trade issues and regulatory challenges that impact their competitiveness. Read more

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The American Forest Foundation (AFF) and Domtar together announced a new partnership to help family and private woodland owners in northwest Pennsylvania and southwest New York improve habitat for at-risk bird and wildlife species. Read more

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US consumption of softwood lumber is likely to reach record-highs by 2030, resulting in export opportunities for sawmills in Europe and Latin America, according to a new study from ForestEdge and Wood Resources International. Read more

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The City of Fredericton is warning residents to prepare for a catastrophic loss of tens of thousands of trees. Read more

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Canada agreed with the United States that slow-moving talks to update NAFTA should continue although they did not set a date for the next round, a senior official said in remarks casting further doubt on the chances of a deal this year. Read more

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A far cry from the kitschy memorabilia of the Rock ’n’ Roll-themed building it replaces, the essentially all-new design of River North’s flagship McDonalds at 600 N. Clark Street in Chicago is finally starting to come together. Read more

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