Beetle epidemic and two recent record-breaking wildfire seasons have destroyed millions of hectares of BC forests.
First to receive the energy management certification from the Bureau de normalisation du Québec.
Plants produce 9 million cases of tissue products annually and employ 213 workers.
Great Pacific Capital already owns a roughly 51% interest in the forest products company.
Blames continuing poor market conditions and lower-than-anticipated OSB demand to-date.
Closed its Chasm, BC, lumber mill and eliminated the third production shift at its 100 Mile House, BC, operations.
Northern Pulp’s report for Nova Scotia government marine water quality are expected to arise on any fisheries or fish habitat.
A first line of defence against climate change, absorbing up to 25% of man-made carbon emissions each year.
Shutdowns or curtailments in more than two dozen mills, hundreds out of work, economic growth predictions slashed.
Hundreds of jobs lost as BC forest companies close or curtail more than 24 mills.
Estimated reduction of up to 100 million board feet through the end of the year.
Shutdown will be complete by the end of 2019, after the mill’s remaining log and lumber inventories have been processed and shipped.
One line at the two-line mill will operate on a reduced schedule starting on Sept. 5.
More than 700 workers will be affected by the curtailments Aug. 17 to Sept. 2 at the Armstrong and Lumby plants.
Offers in-nature experiences from short boardwalk strolls to day-long hikes in cities and remote locations across Canada.