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A search and destroy strategy in Alberta is helping to fight the march of the mountain pine beetle from the BC Interior.

New Band Saw for Moggie Valley

A new Select double-cut band saw is helping Ontario sawmill Moggie Valley Timber deal with the larger red and white plantation pine now coming its way.

Upgrade at Chapleau Mill

Tembec’s Chapleau, Ontario operation is going to three shifts and starting what will eventually amount to $20 million of upgrades and changes to the mill.

Making the Transition to at-the-stump

Logging contractor Claude D’Amours is making the transition to at-the-stump processing, and is carefully planning out the equipment changes.

Keeping Harvesting Happening

BC logging contractor Gary Collins was dealing with a lot of muddy ground this past summer, but his experienced crew was able to keep harvesting happening.

Al-Pac a Certification Leader

Alberta Pacific Forest Industries recently received FSC certification for its massive 5.5 million hectare Forest Management Area in northeastern Alberta and now has control over the largest FSC-certified forest in the world.

Working on Ontario’s Forest Industry Future

Facing predicted fibre shortfalls, there are demands for an audit of Ontario’s forest resource to establish the long-term future of the industry.

Forestry FAQs: Newfoundland
and Labrador

This month, Logging & Sawmilling Journal goes east and takes a look at the facts and figures on Newfoundland and Labrador’s forest base and its forest industry.


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