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Forest Products sector calls for action on critical supply chain issues

Forest Products sector calls for action on critical supply chain issues

Industry trade group demands Ottawa address supply chain issues, show accountability, clear transportation bottlenecks
<updated>The Drift:</updated> Tired of saying 'no,' Nairn Centre fabrication shop expands

The Drift: Tired of saying 'no,' Nairn Centre fabrication shop expands

A10 Fabrication seeking to expand client base with 10,000-square-foot space
Ottawa ready to challenge 'unjustified' U.S. duties on Canadian softwood

Ottawa ready to challenge 'unjustified' U.S. duties on Canadian softwood

U.S. Commerce Department lowers duties but not enough for the feds and province
Northwestern Ontario sawmills named safest in Canada

Northwestern Ontario sawmills named safest in Canada

Facilities in Thunder Bay, Dryden had fewest recordable incidents in 2021
Paper Excellence Group to acquire Resolute in US$2.7-billion deal

Paper Excellence Group to acquire Resolute in US$2.7-billion deal

'Business as usual' with management remaining in place
Six Northwestern Ontario First Nations funded for multi-purpose centres

Six Northwestern Ontario First Nations funded for multi-purpose centres

Patty Hajdu announced nearly $3.8 million in FedNor funding
Newly formed forestry group seeking manager

Newly formed forestry group seeking manager

Temagami Forest Management Corp. received approval to operate in April
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