CBC News — While 320 hectares of land near Enterprise, N.W.T. remains covered in snow, the CEO of a proposed multimillion-dollar wood pellet plant is growing increasingly frustrated by the most recent delay in a series of setbacks preventing the company from beginning construction. Hay River businessman and former mayor Brad Mapes
The Architects Newspaper — When it came time for Acton Ostry Architects to select a manufacturer for the mass timber components of the 18-story Brock Commons Tallwood House at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, Structurlam stood out. “Experience, qualifications, supply, schedule, cost” all worked to Structurlam’s benefit,
CBC News — Peter Silk, a Fredericton-based research scientist is headed to Europe to share his expertise about the “green menace.” As one of the world’s leading experts on the destructive beetle, he’s been invited to a meeting in Tallinn, Estonia, where an infestation of the borers is in its infancy.
VANCOUVER, CNW — West Fraser has announced temporary curtailments of approximately three weeks of production throughout the first quarter of 2019 at each of three British Columbia sawmills: Chasm, 100 Mile House, and Chetwynd. In addition, the Williams Lake Sawmill will be shut down for approximately a week to complete certain capital upgrades. The
Declining trade of softwood lumber, plummeting lumber prices in the US and slowing wood demand in China were some of the biggest international lumber developments in the 3Q/18, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. Global softwood lumber trade down Global trade of softwood lumber from January through September 2018 was down
CBC NEWS — Thirteen Indigenous communities who control more than 50%t of the provincial allocated and active wood supply in Saskatchewan have banded together. According to a report by CBC News, the agreement was signed between the Montreal Lake Cree Nation, Big River First Nation, Pelican Lake First nation, Witchekan
OTTAWA, CNW — Health Canada’s primary objective in regulating pesticides is to protect Canadians’ health and the environment. That is why the Department regularly reviews all pesticides to make sure that they continue to meet modern health and safety standards. Following the release of the Department’s final re-evaluation decision on glyphosate in