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BC Saw Filer’s Association Convention postponed to September 2021

Given the uncertainty created by the COVID-19 pandemic, the organization has chosen to delay this year’s convention from May to Sept. 17-18, 2021. The event will take place at the Coast Kamloops Convention Center.

Atlantic Heavy Equipment Show postponed to 2022

The ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have forced its rescheduling several times; it was initially set for April 2020 and then deferred to 2021. The move to 2022 returns the show to its regular biennial cycle.

Interfor reports record Adjusted EBITDA in Q4 2020

The company reported Adjusted EBITDA was a record $248.6 million on sales of $662.3 million in Q4’20 versus $221.7 million on sales of $644.9 million in Q3’20.

PLT Canada launches 2021 Green Mentor Cohort

The 2021 National Cohort brings together 150 people across Canada to empower, connect, and help young people develop their career pathways, build skills and confidence, grow their networks, and more.
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Featured News 
Photo contest winners

Snapshot of forestry: Winners of COFI & CFI’s 5th annual forestry photo contest

The BC Council of Forest Industries (COFI) and Canadian Forest Industries (CFI) are excited to present the winners of the fifth annual forestry photo contest. Take a look at the amazing photos! » Read more...
Forwarder focus

Forwarder focus: a look at the latest forwarders on the market

In CFI's latest equipment spotlight article, we give readers an inside look at the newest forwarders available for loggers. » Check it out!
Sponsored Spotlight 

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Madisons Lumber Report

BC government offering advanced forestry skills training in Nanaimo

Participants in the project will get 16 weeks of occupational and employability skills training, three weeks of on-the-job experience with local employers and two weeks of support to help as they look for a job in the field. » Read more...

Resolute reports $52M net loss in Q4 2020 due to weak pulp and paper market

“We’re pleased with the performance of our wood products segment and its ability to drive bottom-line impact from strong end-markets like what we’ve seen in the second half of 2020 with the rebound in U.S. housing starts and robust demand for repair and remodeling activity,” said Yves Laflamme, president and CEO. » Read more...

BID Group to deliver Idaho Forest Group’s first facility in southern US

In addition to managing the engineering, design, and construction of the facility through its integrated solutions team, BID will supply a complete range of industry-leading technologies and reliability services. » Read more...

Resolute invests in new USNR Wastewood Chippers

Resolute Forest Products is investing in new Wastewood Chippers at its sites at Saint Thomas and Baie Comeau, Que. The company is replacing older technology with USNR‘s latest designs. The installations are scheduled for Q2 of 2021. » Rea more...