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B.C. calls U.S. trade ruling 'unfounded'

B.C.’s forests minister Steve Thomson says British Columbia is prepared to fight alongside Canada to support the forest industry.

U.S. trade commission finds injury from softwood imports

The U.S. International Trade Commission has ruled that U.S. lumber industry is materially injured by imports of softwood lumber products from Canada.

N.B. forestry project selling carbon credits

A non-profit sustainable forestry project is financing its work in New Brunswick by selling carbon credits.

Proposed N.F.L. sawmill requests fibre rights

The Town of Botwood in Newfoundland is hoping a proposed sawmill and biofuel facility will help restart the local economy. » Read more...

Canada's National Tree Seed Bank turns 50

The National Tree Seed Centre located in Fredericton is celebrating its first 50 years as one of Canada's largest seed collection and storage centres. » Read more...
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Preventing high-pressure injection injuries

Forestry and off-road equipment operators and maintenance technicians are used to dealing with obvious dangers from spinning saws and falling tree limbs, but may be less familiar with a critical danger that can cause crippling injuries or death – high-pressure injection injuries. » Read more...
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B.C. praises Canfor for tech and innovation growth

BC Ministry of Technology, Innovation and Citizens’ Services is celebrating Canfor as one of the province’s top technology adopters. The ministry published a profile of Canfor, praising the company for taking tech and innovation to the next level and evolving one of B.C.’s most long-standing industries. » Read more...

TLA Convention & Trade Show

January 18-20, 2017
Location: Vancouver, B.C.
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2017 BC Natural Resources Forum

January 31-February 2, 2017
Location: Prince George, B.C.
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