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Madisons Weekly Report

Northern Pulp receives initial order for voluntary credit protection

The order instructs the mill how to conduct on-site activities including regular measurements of water and air quality.

FPAC: forestry HR professionals lead the way in COVID-19 recovery

The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) formed a working group, the HR Committee, to help keep forestry workers safe during the height of the pandemic. The group is now leading recovery efforts.

B.C. looks to mass timber to drive economic growth and advance CleanBC

British Columbia premier John Horgan has announced that the B.C. government is taking further steps to implement mass timber into the construction of buildings across the province.
Featured News 
Dust Safety Week

Welcome to Dust Safety Week 2020!

Dust Safety Week 2020 is here! All week long, Canadian Biomass and Canadian Forest Industries will be focused on best practices, technical information and solutions for keeping pellet and sawmill operations safe. » Read more...
Forestry Innovation Transition Trust

N.S. forestry transition team outlines new plan for the sector

After months of consultation by a government-appointed “forestry transition team,” the province has published its vision to help guide the distribution of funds being held in the province’s $50-million Forestry Innovation Transition Trust. » Read more...

FSC’s commitment to Indigenous rights: The path to meaningful change

FSC is committed to the goal of creating forest certification requirements that yield tangible benefits to Indigenous peoples. In recognition of National Indigenous Peoples Day, FSC reflects on where the industry started and what still needs to change. » Read more...

Most of Quebec under fire warnings as forest fires become out of control

Several forest fires are now burning in Quebec, with the fire north of Lac Saint-Jean, Que., becoming the province’s largest forest fire. » Read more...

UBC Faculty of Forestry and FPInnovations awarded $300K to develop TimberOps

An immersive visual analytics platform for forest operations and land management has received a $300,000 grant from the province of British Columbia for development and commercialization. » Read more...