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Resolute announces labour agreement-in-principle with seven Canadian pulp and paper mills

Resolute announces labour agreement-in-principle with seven Canadian pulp and paper mills

Montreal forestry producer strikes labour deal with seven mills, including Thunder Bay
Resolute and Fort William First Nation break ground, celebrate growing partnership

Resolute and Fort William First Nation break ground, celebrate growing partnership

The project is planned to be complete in late October with a total of 35 new jobs being created.
Environmentalists not fans of Ottawa and Queen's Park's caribou protection plans

Environmentalists not fans of Ottawa and Queen's Park's caribou protection plans

Groups call federal environment minister's collaboration with the province a "betrayal" of a promise to protect caribou habitat
B.C. forestry company purchases shares in GreenFirst Forest Products

B.C. forestry company purchases shares in GreenFirst Forest Products

Deal worth $56 million follows February acquisition of EACOM
Thunder Bay resolution on biomass generation approved by Ontario Chamber of Commerce

Thunder Bay resolution on biomass generation approved by Ontario Chamber of Commerce

The resolution calls on provincial government to bump biomass power purchase agreements from five to 10 years
Lakehead researchers have a fire-tested formula to build a safer wood-framed high-rise

Lakehead researchers have a fire-tested formula to build a safer wood-framed high-rise

Innovative and patented timber beam-column connection shows greater resistance to fire
Domtar sells Hearst Forest land to Nature Conservancy of Canada

Domtar sells Hearst Forest land to Nature Conservancy of Canada

Transaction described as “largest private land conservation agreement in Canadian history”
Bridge, cultural centre recognized for wood design

Bridge, cultural centre recognized for wood design

Northern Ontario projects named winners during 2022 Ontario Wood WORKS! awards
After years of delays, the East-West Tie Line is complete

After years of delays, the East-West Tie Line is complete

After three years of delays involving a pandemic and forest fires, the East-West Tie Transmission Line is now complete.
Wawa wood plant to restart with $180M investment

Wawa wood plant to restart with $180M investment

Wawa OSB Inc. will hire 140 people for oriented strand board operation