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Frontline Machinery

BC Supreme Court to hear civil applications related to Fairy Creek logging dispute

Teal Cedar Products is looking to have the injunction order extended by a year to Sept. 26, 2022. The company says that without the court order and police presence, protestors would prevent logging operations worth $32 million.

Canfor donates $100K to support BC fire relief

“With so many people facing a difficult time, we are pleased to be able to make this donation to support the tremendous work of the Canadian Red Cross,” said Don Kayne, president and CEO of Canfor.

BC extends state of emergency

“Extending this state of emergency recognizes that the potential for significant wildfire activity persists, even as the nights get longer and the days cool down a bit,” said Mike Farnworth, B.C. Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General, in a statement.

Simpcw Resources Group announces continued integration with Forsite Consultants

“We are confident that this partnership will increase our capacity in forest management planning, wildfire risk management, and timber harvesting/development operations. We look forward to a long term and successful relationship!” said Brook Carpenter, manager of business relations at Simpcw Resources Group.
Les Acier JP Inc.


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Tolko Athabasca OSB

‘A world-class asset’: Tolko’s Athabasca OSB mill gets an upgrade

Tolko Industries’ Athabasca Oriented Strand Board (OSB) mill – the largest continuous OSB press in North America and the only continuous press in North America to produce OSB and Laminated Strand Lumber (LSL) on the same line – recently got an upgrade with the addition of a new ripline. CFI gives readers an inside look. » Learn more...
Saw Filing 101

Saw Filing 101: Dealing with new bandsaws

“Although bandsaw manufacturers are very good at building and putting up bandsaws to your specifications, it is still well advised to go through a check-in process to fine tune and ensure that they are ready for your mill,” writes Paul Smith in the latest Saw Filing 101 column. Here are some tips for what to look for with new bandsaws. » Learn more...

Number of out-of-control wildfires in BC drops to 16

As of Monday, September 7, there were 210 active wildfires in the province. Eleven were classified as “wildfires of note.” » Read more...

GreenFirst reports net loss of $2.5M for Q2 2021

The company reported a net loss attributable to common shareholders of $2.5 million in the quarter ended June 30, 2021. This is compared to a net loss attributable to common shareholders of $0.1 million in the second quarter of 2020. » Read more...

BC partners with Tahltan Nation on wildlife stewardship

There will be an increased presence of Tahltan guardians and B.C. conservation officers in Tahltan Territory this year. The provincial government says these efforts will support the Tahltan Nation’s work to improve wildlife populations, food security and community safety. » Read more...

Seppi M. unveils second generation Maxiforst mulcher

The new machine is designed to be used on PTO tractors with a power range from 300- to 500-hp, focusing on the key features of maximum wear resistance, optimal protection of the transmission of both the tractor and the machine, quality and high working speed, cutting-edge technology and operator safety. » Read more...
Madison's Lumber Report

OptiSaw 2021 Virtual Summit

Date: Sept. 16, 2021
Location: www.woodbusiness.ca
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BC Saw Filers Association Convention

Date: May 26-28, 2022
Location: Kamloops, B.C.
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Elmia Wood 2022

Date: June 2-4, 2022
Location: Jonkoping, Sweden
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DEMO International 2022

Date: Sept. 22-24, 2022
Location: Ottawa/Gatineau
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