KUNIN: The long-term economic impact of the fires ravaging the British Columbia interior – including on the logging and tourism industries – will be devastating
WOOD: Streamlining the log export process and reforming the PST better options to ensure a prosperous province
KUNIN: American duties on Canadian softwood may increase the profits of U.S. lumber producers, but they also increase housing prices and reduce construction jobs
GRIGG: Forests are communities of trees, alive with marvellously sophisticated means of co-operation and communication
ROBINSON: The lessons I learned from the summer of 1969 are with me today, some 47 years later
KUNIN: Strong demand and reduced supply is pushing up the price of lumber
KUNIN: The low loonie won’t make renewing the Softwood Lumber Agreement with the US any easier.
And that’s good news for Canadian lumber and building materials industries.