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Resolute finds a North Shore partner

Resolute finds a North Shore partner

Red Rock Indian Band signs commercial forestry agreement
Brace for impact of U.S. softwood lumber duties

Brace for impact of U.S. softwood lumber duties

Feds, provinces form task force to measure the fallout
Cash-strapped Rentech pulls plug on Wawa pellet mill

Cash-strapped Rentech pulls plug on Wawa pellet mill

Company willing to sell northeastern Ontario mill
Taking a stand in forestry

Taking a stand in forestry

First Nations blazing a trail in Kenogami Forest
Province seeking federal protection for softwood lumber industry

Province seeking federal protection for softwood lumber industry

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is asking for a federal loan guarantee program to protect Canadian producers impacted by the Canada-U.S. trade dispute.
Foresters seek common ground on endangered species management

Foresters seek common ground on endangered species management

Industry seeks to avoid red tape, duplication in safeguarding habitat, managing forests
Can wood float for value-added forestry?

Can wood float for value-added forestry?

Northwestern Ont. First Nations scope out marine, mill possibilities
Biomass North up for an award

Biomass North up for an award

The North Bay non-profit organization is nominated for its work in biomass advocacy.
Former Hearst student recognized for wood research

Former Hearst student recognized for wood research

Daniel Lacroix is the recipient of the 2016 Catherine Lalonde Memorial Scholarship for his doctoral work studying wood at the University of Ottawa.
Biomass project gets government funds

Biomass project gets government funds

The money will be used to implement the Northern Ontario Bioeconomy Strategy developed in 2015.