Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) will appear before the Finance Committee of the House of Commons tomorrow (Tuesday), as part of pre-budget consultations. In doing so, the Association representing 230,000 forest sector workers will seek investments to accelerate innovation, commitments to improve competiveness and increase trade, and support for
The CFIA ( Canadian Food Inspection Agency) says it has confirmed the presence of the Emerald Ash Beetle in Nova Scotia. The CFIA says the finding of the emerald ash borer at a site in Bedford, N.S., is a first for the province, which is outside the areas currently regulated
More than a half trillion dollars has been invested in renewable energy globally in the last two years. Over that same period, energy and natural resource consultancy Wood Mackenzie has built the world’s leading renewable energy market intelligence business. Today Wood Mackenzie formally introduced its new division, Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables. Wood Mackenzie
TORONTO – The Royal is coming to town, November 2 to 11, and it’s coming with a promise to help you Get Agricultured. Along with the launch of ticket sales, organizers announced today a new campaign, “Get Agricultured”, as well as a wide list of features and activities
HPBA Urges Senate Action to Give Wood Stove Manufacturers Time to Meet EPA Emissions Standards Statement from the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association in response to S. 1857, a bill that will set the effective compliance date of New Source Performance Standards for residential wood heaters, hydronic heaters and forced-air
MURRAY LATTA PROGRESSIVE MACHINE INC. ACQUIRES KIMWOOD OPERATIONS Cottage Grove, Oregon – Murray Latta Progressive Machine, Inc. of Surrey, BC, Canada, has announced that it has acquired the operations of Kimwood Corporation, a Cottage Grove, Oregon based manufacturer of machinery for the forest products industry; including sanders, planers, re-saws, rotary
Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) applauds the Canadian government, and in particular International Trade Diversification Minister Jim Carr, on the launch of the debate on Bill C-79 – the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) involving Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, and Vietnam.