The Forests Products Association of Canada said rail delays last year cost the forest sector over $500 million.
Comments are troubling and ridiculous on a number of levels: FPAC CEO Derek Nighbor.
Company’s plan and spotty environmental record is creating tension in Pictou.
An alternative to coal in power plants of Europe and Asia, promises carbon neutrality.
Rules adopted to thwart the flow of smuggled rosewood to China’s luxury furniture manufacturers.
Northern Pulp has until 2020 to replace its current effluent treatment plant in Boat Harbour near Pictou.
Will continue to provide advice and counsel on critical trade matters.
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.
Oaktree Capital and Restructuring Capital now onboard for $4.75 per share.
Two largest shareholders oppose the deal; looking for a higher offer price.
Would reduce Canada’s share of the US market to 28% over several years from its 31.9% share last year.