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Former Sault pulp mill building deserves saving, says conservation group

Former Sault pulp mill building deserves saving, says conservation group

National Trust for Canada puts St. Mary Paper Pulp Tower on the endangered list
Wood heating program could jumpstart North’s bio-economy

Wood heating program could jumpstart North’s bio-economy

Green energy provider preparing for the long haul to deliver wood pellets to customers
Playing politics with resource revenue sharing

Playing politics with resource revenue sharing

Northwestern Ontario municipal leader wants mining, forestry benefits deal for all Northern communities
Wood experiencing a renaissance

Wood experiencing a renaissance

Mass timber program ushering in new building techniques
University of Toronto announces plans for mass timber project

University of Toronto announces plans for mass timber project

Academic tower will be tallest wood-cement hybrid in North America
Pilot project to increase advanced manufacturing skills

Pilot project to increase advanced manufacturing skills

Initiative to offer six-month paid placements at ICAMP
Province provides election goody with Northern resource revenue sharing

Province provides election goody with Northern resource revenue sharing

First Nations to get 45 per cent of stumpage, 40 per cent of mining tax, royalties
North Bay rep to sit on World Bioenergy Association board

North Bay rep to sit on World Bioenergy Association board

Dawn Lambe, executive director at Biomass North, selected at April meeting
Wood bill passes second reading in Legislature

Wood bill passes second reading in Legislature

Bill would amend building code to permit 14-storey wood-frame buildings
Province announces $7.8M for Mass Timber Program

Province announces $7.8M for Mass Timber Program

Program will encourage research and development of tall wood buildings