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Logger cites political discrimination in human rights tribunal hearing

B.C. logger Bryan Fraser was offered a job as a senior policy officer in the B.C. Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resource Operations in February 2015. One month later, his job offer was rescinded.

Coastland churns out quality veneer in Nanaimo [VIDEO]

CFI takes you inside Coastland Wood Industries' veneer and roundwood mill in Nanaimo, B.C., where they process 100 per cent Coastal Douglas fir.

BC receives $6M in forestry funding

Minister of Natural Resources Jim Carr announced that the Canadian government will fund six projects in British Columbia to promote innovation and diversification in forestry and support collaboration with Indigenous communities.
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75-year message: TLA tackles contractor sustainability

Seventy five years ago the Truck Loggers Association (TLA) was discussing radically different logging equipment at their first annual convention, but their core message was the same as it is today: contractor sustainability. » Read more...

Death of a saw salesman?

The travelling saw salesman; could there be a more hallowed tradition in the world of saw filing? » Read more...

Aboriginal community partners help northern Ontario sawmill hire and train locally

In early 2016, northern Ontario business Kenora Forest Products (KFP) re-started the local sawmill, and by year end, had added a second shift in the planer and sawmill to meet production capacity, Workplace Safety North’s Penny Ratushniak writes. » Read more...

Young forestry stars: Meet Marco Gaudette

In wrapping up our amazing roster of young individuals, we introduce our readers to Marco Gaudette. » Read more...

Mapping the Course Conference 2018

January 25-28, 2018
Location: Vancouver, Wash.
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PaperWeek Canada 2018

February 5-8, 2018
Location: Montreal, Canada
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