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.
The revitalization of forestry aligns with the growing interest of First Nations to create jobs for their people.