Canada launches second drywall dumping complaint investigation in two years
US manufacturers accused of dumping 54-inch gypsum boards, distorting the Western Canada market.
Federal government gave millions to Irving’s Atlantic Wallboard subsidiary
Records show drywall manufacturer has not been required to repay at least $35 million.
Fort McMurray homeowners to be compensated for hiked drywall duties
Construction firms complained the tariffs were hampering efforts to recover from last year’s wildfire.
Union asks PM to reject advice to relax anti-dumping duties on US drywall
Canada’s trade tribunal has called to replace duties with permanent variable duties on any imports that fall below a floor price.
CITT says barriers must remain on dumped US drywall imports
US-made product has injured the Canadian industry; floor price with permanent variable duties established.
Fort McMurray rebuild after wildfire awaiting drywall trade ruling
Canadian International Trade Tribunal to rule on whether to make duties of up to 276% on US drywall imports permanent.
Duties on drywall impact rebuilding after Alberta wildfires
Ottawa moves up review of dumping duties after complaints of high prices.
Federal drywall tariff in Western Canada raises costs
Federal drywall tariff in Western Canada raises costs.
US drywall suit hits China’s ‘Great Legal Firewall’
Other defendants shielded because they’re Chinese government agencies.
Thousands of plaintiffs remain in Chinese drywall case
April 28 hearing will determine damages to up to 4,000 homes built or repaired with drywall made by Taishan Gypsum Co. Ltd.
Homeowners who sued Chinese drywall firm will share damages
Chemicals in the drywall stank and sometimes corroded pipes and wiring.
Chinese drywall-maker found in contempt, ordered to end business in US
US Courts’ claims that gases released by the drywall corroded metals and caused major appliances to fail.