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Logging and Sawmilling Journal- March 2001

 

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Lost a Friend
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Features:

Spotlight

The BC government takes steps to help the troubled forest industry in the northwest

Logging in Labrador

Logger Mike Hickey overcomes some tough challenges on the east coast. 

Letters to the Editor

Readers agree, and take issue, with Clark Binkley's thoughts on privatizing BC forests.

Canfor Upgrade

Canfor recently completed a $22 million upgrade of its Fort St. James Mill.

Market Outlook, Top 30 Lumber Producers

A look at the year ahead for markets, and Logging and Sawmilling Journal's annual list of Canada's Top 30 Lumber Producers.

Excitement Builds for Grande Prairie

Excitement is growing as the Northern Alberta Forestry Show, being held in May, gets closer.

Ontario's Chips 'N Lumber

Chipping operation complements lumber side at Freymond Lumber.

Woodlot Management

Two BC foresters take a very "hands-on" approach with their Crown woodlot.

Forestpro Debut in BC

A look at how the forest industry is dealing with higher energy costs.

Good Report Card

Madill's H2200B harvester gets good marks from contractor Carl Kienzle.

Lost a Friend

Logging and Sawmilling Journal lost a valuable member of our editorial team, Harold Hatheway

The Survival Game

Jim Stirling on survival being the name of the game in the BC forest industry.

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Tech Update- Operator Comfort & Cam Options

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