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U.S. imposes new anti-dumping duties

B.C. lumber producers plan to vigorously defend the industry against a new round of preliminary anti-dumping duties imposed by the U.S.

Softwood lumber duties jeopardize affordable housing in US: NAHB

Granger MacDonald, chairman of the National Association of Home Builders, says the new duties amount to another tax on U.S. home builders and buyers.

Quesnel AAC 35 per cent lower than previous cut level

The B.C. government has set the annual allowable cut (AAC) for the Quesnel timber supply area at 2,607,000 cubic metres, 35 per cent lower than the four million cubic metres set in 2011.

Working alone in the forest? No problem

Keeping lone workers safe in remote or isolated areas is a top priority for the Corner Brook Pulp and Paper mill. That’s where Toronto-based satellite equipment provider Roadpost Inc.’s GeoPro technology comes in.
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