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Sudbury company lands distribution rights for all-terrain vehicle

Sudbury company lands distribution rights for all-terrain vehicle

Sherp designed for extreme operational conditions
Government funding for wood mid-rises

Government funding for wood mid-rises

Province opens window for applicants to mass timber program
Resolute Forest Products disappointed with final U.S. lumber duties

Resolute Forest Products disappointed with final U.S. lumber duties

Company says decision is unjustified, and hurts both Canada and the U.S.
Sector leaders recognized at annual Biomass North Forum

Sector leaders recognized at annual Biomass North Forum

Awards in six categories acknowledge contributions in field of biomass and the bioeconomy.
Group lobbies for change to provincial forestry strategy

Group lobbies for change to provincial forestry strategy

Ontario Forest Industries Association (OFIA) outlines five recommendations in pre-budget report
Whitesand First Nation gets funds for industrial park, biomass project

Whitesand First Nation gets funds for industrial park, biomass project

The new project will create employment and reduce the community’s reliance on diesel fuel.
Proposed bill would legalize 14-storey wood buildings

Proposed bill would legalize 14-storey wood buildings

Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli has introduced an updated version of a bill he tabled earlier this year.
Sault-area forester wins third consecutive safety award

Sault-area forester wins third consecutive safety award

Fleming's Trucking and Logging received the President's Award for its excellent track record in safety.
Resolute pursues lawsuit against Greenpeace

Resolute pursues lawsuit against Greenpeace

Company announces intention after dismissal of case in U.S. court
First Nation sawmill operation eyes expansion

First Nation sawmill operation eyes expansion

Lac Seul lumber mill studies value-added, bigger markets