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BC loggers lose at least $5M of equipment in wildfire

A group of contractors working in B.C.'s Hugh Allen Valley found their equipment to be engulfed in flames on Aug.17, the Rockey Mountain Goat reports.

Growing healthy forests for the future: CWF fall 2018 preview

This two-day event is scheduled to take place Oct. 17–18 in Truro, N.S., hosted by Northern Pulp Nova Scotia Corp. and in collaboration with the Canadian Wood Fibre Centre.

Business opportunities in the log sort yard

As the Canadian Wood recycling industry expands, one industry sector our members are providing exceptional new closed-loop diversionary wood and solid waste material recycling services in is the Canadian logging industry — log sort yard sector.
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Featured News 

Survey snippet 1: Logging rates remain stagnant

More than a third of contractors across Canada say their logging rates are unchanged from five years ago. This marks an eight per cent increase in the number of contractors who reported that in our survey two years ago. » Read more...

Logging and forestry ranked as Canada's most dangerous industry

An inaugural report by personal finance comparison website Finder Canada, has ranked 18 industries in terms of their risk and reward, to find the most dangerous jobs, and whether or not their salaries are worth the risk. Logging and forestry was found to be the most dangerous industry of all, with 11 fatalities and 1,324 claims, and only 48,100 people in the industry. » Read more...

Ponsse opens factory expansion

The factory expansion means a significant step for Ponsse’s production development and competitiveness. » Read more...

Lumber price surge results in record profit: WRQ says

Lumber prices in the U.S., have experienced a spectacular surge in 2017 and the first half of 2018. » Read more...

2018 Great Lakes Logging & Heavy Equipment Expo

September 6-8, 2018
Location: Oshkosh, Wisc.
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Canadian Institute of Forestry AGM & Conference

September 17-21, 2018
Location: Grande Prairie, Alta.
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International Woodfiber Resource & Trade Conference

September 17-19, 2018
Location: Durban, South Africa
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Wood Pellet Association of Canada 2018 AGM & Conference

September 18-19, 2018
Location: Vancouver, B.C.
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National Forest Week

September 23-29, 2018
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