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.
Mill was shutdown July 10 to comply with evacuation orders caused by raging wildfires in the area.
Two largest shareholders oppose the deal; looking for a higher offer price.
Analysts say price hike is due partly to a limited supply as mills across the province shutdown due to the fires.
Would reduce Canada’s share of the US market to 28% over several years from its 31.9% share last year.
Sustainable bonding-agents replace petroleum-based products.