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Canadian Bioeconomy Conference announces top-flight speakers

An all-star line-up of thought-leaders and insiders from the bioeconomy in North America and Europe will be on hand June 6-8 as industry professionals, elected officials, First Nations and corporate leaders meet in Prince George, B.C., for the largest conference of its kind in Canada.

WorkSafeBC highlights safety during avalanche season

Primary resource industries including forestry are being reminded to exercise safety measures in avalanche terrain.

Citizens being asked to help solve natural resource violation cases

The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is encouraging citizens to help it solve natural resource violation cases.
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First Nation-owned sawmill receives funding to ensure quality management

The Bingwi Neyaashi Anishinaabek (BNA) First Nation’s Sawmill Manager Project is receiving $57,746 from the Ontario government to ensure the BNA has a qualified manager to run sawmill operations. » Read more...

Alberta regions receive funding to battle mountain pine beetle

The towns of Canmore and Whitecourt, Alta., as well as Woodlands County have received a combined total of $130,000 to eradicate the mountain pine beetle. » Read more...

New super wood is stronger than most metals

Natural wood has been used to build structures for centuries, but it has its limitations. Even after pre-treatment, temperature changes like extreme heat can make wood expand causing it to weaken. » Read more...

Alliance of First Nations and non-First Nations respond to Toronto Star forestry op-ed

“Intentional or not, the authors of the Feb. 12 op-ed have dealt a blow to the vulnerable communities and First Nations who will be disproportionally impacted by the proposed policy,” the Alliance writes. » Read more...

OFIA's 75th annual meeting

February 28, 2018
Location: Toronto, ON
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Globe Forum Vancouver

March 14-16, 2018
Location: Vancouver, Canada
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International Mass Timber Conference

March 20-22, 2018
Location: Portland, Ore.
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