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Madisons Lumber Report

TLA’s 2021 convention and trade show cancelled due to COVID-19

In consideration of the restrictions imposed by the B.C. Provincial Health Officer and future uncertainty, the Truck Loggers Association’s board of directors has made the very difficult and unprecedented decision to cancel the 2021 Convention and Trade Show.

Canadian Institute of Forestry promotes Canada’s boreal forest management

While the Canadian Institute of Forestry/Institut forestier du Canada is always working to advocate for and promote improvement in Canadian forestry, they are confident there exists a high level of sustainability in boreal forest management in Canada.

Editorial: Canadian forestry industry – a resilient industry

Although life has changed drastically in the past three months, our industry continues to modernize and reinforce its position as a key renewable sector, writes CFI editor Ellen Cools.
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COVID-19 safety measures

Canada to provide up to $30M for COVID-19 safety measures in forest operations

Funding will be used to help cover costs for sanitizing stations, additional accommodations and/or transportation, facilities and services to maintain social distancing, and personal protective equipment (PPE). » Listen now...
First Nations

Final Cut: Forestry Indigenomics

To support the implementation of Bill 41, B.C.’s current forest revenue sharing model needs to change from sharing less than five per cent to 50 per cent, Charlene Higgins and Carole Anne Hilton write. This will help create a stronger, more diverse sector. » Read more...

B.C. tree planters on course to plant 300M trees, despite COVID-19

New COVID-19 safety regulations and protective measures have not slowed down B.C. tree planters, as 300 million trees are on track to be planted this season. » Read more...

Alberni Valley Community Forest gives city $2M

The AVCF board decided to give this dividend to the city that owns them, as they had previously put aside money for forest expansion, but ended 2019 with a net revenue of $1.6 million. » Read more...