An investigation is ongoing following the death of a worker at a Hinton, Alta. pulp mill on Monday that prompted a stop work order for a scaffolding contractor.
Vancouver, B.C. – A new study conducted by iTotem Technologies Ltd. for the BC Council of Forest Industries (COFI) and released today found that in 2019, COFI member companies purchased $7billion worth of goods and services from nearly 9,900 B.C.–based companies and Indigenous suppliers located in every region of the province.
KINGSEY FALLS, QC, Oct. 8, 2020 - Cascades Inc. (TSX: CAS), a leader in eco–friendly recycling, packaging and hygiene solutions, announces that it will progressively and permanently close tissue production and converting operations at its Ransom and Pittston plants, located in Pennsylvania, between December 7 and January 31st of 2021.
The catastrophic wildfires experienced in Western Canada and the United States over the past few years are one of the most visible aspects of climate change’s effect on forests, but there are other indicators that aren’t as publicized, says Bill Beese, a Vancouver Island University (VIU) Forestry Professor and Forest Ecologist.