An exercise in grass roots land use planning
in BC is presenting an interesting
model that other forest companies and
resource users could follow.
Reworking the hardwood mill
Jim Boniferro has been successful in
building a new hardwood business in
Ontario, after buying existing mill facilities
from Domtar and then adding capital
investments and plenty of energy and
Haida working hard to maintain
BC’s Haida Forest Products has worked
hard to get its signature western red cedar
products established, and is working even
harder to maintain that position.
Meeting demanding logging
New Brunswick logging contractor Danny
Lunn is finding a Tigercat 845B/LogMax
7000 head combination fits the demanding
needs of his customers.
Alberta equipment trailblazers
Alberta’s forestry equipment innovators
have left a very positive mark on the forest
industry, in everything from harvesting
equipment to sawmills.
New $130M LVL plant
Temlam is adding to its LVL production
capacity with a new $130 million LVL
plant in northwestern Quebec.
Tree farming, with farmers
Alberta farmers are praising a tree farming
initiative from Alberta Pacific Forest
Industries that offers them guaranteed
Bringing a mill back to life
An abandoned sawmill south of the line
has roared back to life as a reman operation
and is using Canadian lumber to
produce high-value product.
Staying ahead in the logging
Working smart—and keeping its Cat
equipment in good shape—has helped
Jebway Contracting to stay ahead in the
Forestry FAQs: Prince Edward
In this ongoing feature, Logging &
Sawmilling Journal takes a look at the
forest resources in Canada’s smallest
province, Prince Edward Island.