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Heavy logging, light risks: Keeping workers safe in high-risk environments means treating them like humans

Safety professionals can learn from the airline industry and how they deal with accidents — investigate them so workers don’t just say “shit happens.”

Increased production volume leads to drop in lumber prices: Madison's

In the week ending August 4, the price of Western S-P-F 2x4 #2&Btr KD (RL) was US$426 mfbm. This is down by $29, or seven per cent, from the previous week when it was $458.

Canadians asked to watch for invasive pests

This August, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency encourages Canadians to inspect their backyards, gardens, local parks and even vehicles for any unwelcome pests.

Canada accepting applications for forest sector innovation programs

Canada is supporting initiatives that enhance the competitiveness of the forest sector, its contribution to the bioeconomy and the resilience of the communities that rely on it.


Freya Logging: The specialists

With its diverse team of dedicated professionals, Freya Logging has carved a niche for itself in the areas of commercial thinning, selective cutting, blowdown recovery, fire proofing, and more. » Read More...

Forests on challenging terrain

Recent advancements and innovations in technology, safety measures, and operational practices have paved the way for more efficient and sustainable logging on challenging terrain. » Read More...

B.C. MLA voices concerns over forestry job losses, permit delays

John Rustad, the MLA for Nechako Lakes and leader of the B.C. Conservative Party, has expressed concerns regarding the B.C. NDP government's handling of forestry permits, citing their adverse impact on jobs in the province. » Read More...

West Fraser CEO Ray Ferris to retire; successor named

Ray Ferris, president and CEO of West Fraser, is set to retire on December 31, to be replaced by the current COO Sean McLaren, effective January 1, 2024. » Read More...

HCTF invests $8M in B.C. conservation projects

The Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation has announced over $8 million in funding for 167 fish and wildlife conservation projects across B.C. this year, with over $1.2M allocated to projects in the Kootenay region. » Read More...


Spotlight: Nici Darychuk

Nici has held leadership positions within Catalyst Paper Tiskwat’s bleaching and TMP operations prior to joining the company’s Port Alberni team as the manager of CTMP. And now, she has added shipping and kraft repulping to her responsibilities. » Read More...


Forest Engineering Conference

September 20, 2023 | Florence, Italy »

Canadian Woodlands Forum Fall Meeting  

October 3, 2023 | Dartmouth Crossing, Nova Scotia » Read More...