Canadian industry has grown by 73% over the past four years: about 65% of the pellets are produced in BC.
Freeland calls countervailing and anti-dumping duties unfair, unwarranted and “deeply troubling.”
Says it’s the cheapest option for replacing the aging generators that currently power the off-grid town.
Study suggests planting species of softwood that are proven to be more resilient in warm climates.
Federal loans and loan guarantees to help producers weather the duties has been limited.
At least 200,000 houses damaged by the hurricane; ultimate cost will reach upwards of $150 billion.
Canadian forestry company will send a rail car when city begins to rebuild after the hurricane.
New Brunswick premier to make the case for continuing an exclusion from additional tariff.
Will use certification to expand its timber products into new markets.
Prices are rising, making imports from sources in Europe and more attractive.
They claim over the last six months logging did not stop in at least two Quebec locations.
Expands the tissue manufacturer’s US footprint.
In limbo since February, victim of softwood lumber dispute and lack of log supply.
BC premier says talks are ongoing, and close to reaching a market-share agreement.
Overwhelming 95% in favour of the $1 billion friendly offer.