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Fort Frances Mill demolition has begun

Fort Frances Mill demolition has begun

Demolition process expected to take 18 to 22 months, uncertain future for former mill site
Nipissing companies net $1.4 million in provincial funds

Nipissing companies net $1.4 million in provincial funds

Five projects are expected to help create 17 new jobs
Resolute Forest Products names new CEO

Resolute Forest Products names new CEO

Remi Lalonde will take over the position in March 2021
Ontario apprentices get a hand up

Ontario apprentices get a hand up

Province pledging $75 million to cover living expenses while training
New owner for Kenora sawmill

New owner for Kenora sawmill

Vancouver financiers finalize $11.5-million deal to revive shuttered operation
‘Small, kind gestures’ helpful in addressing pandemic fatigue

‘Small, kind gestures’ helpful in addressing pandemic fatigue

Employers urged to listen to employees, provide support during this unprecedented time
Red Rock band's Ed Wawia heralded as national forestry champion

Red Rock band's Ed Wawia heralded as national forestry champion

Northwestern Ontario strongly represented at national forestry awards
Indigenous company pitches province for forest management licence

Indigenous company pitches province for forest management licence

Agoke Development Corp, Nakina Lumber expect fibre demand, job and training opportunities to grow
Feds deliver $13 million for First Nation clean energy, heating projects

Feds deliver $13 million for First Nation clean energy, heating projects

Funds for biomass technologies, wood stove replacement among the community initiatives
Mass timber makes its mark at Chalk River

Mass timber makes its mark at Chalk River

Modern wood engineering applied to three building projects for research campus revitalization