More 'value-added' exports for forestry products hardly possible or desirable

More 'value-added' exports for forestry products hardly possible or desirable

It's a long-standing call of unions and industrial planners in Canada that the key to future prosperity is to export fewer natural resources by keeping them in Canada for processing and then shipping exports with more "value added."

Trump goes after Canada on energy, dairy, lumber

Trump goes after Canada on energy, dairy, lumber

Ever since Donald Trump was elected last fall, Canada's government has been clinging to a ...

Södra promises fossil-free transportation by 2030

Södra promises fossil-free transportation by 2030

Södra aims to be fossil-free by 2030. This target was set in 2016 when 15 sustainability t...

Global bioplastics for packaging market forecast to grow by 17% CAGR to 2022

Global bioplastics for packaging market forecast to grow by 17% CAGR to 2022

The global bioplastics for packaging industry is forecast to grow from 2017–2022 at an ann...

Paper company Kruger to transfer part of Gatineau mill to Toronto

Paper company Kruger to transfer part of Gatineau mill to Toronto

Paper company Kruger will be transferring a portion of its Richelieu Mill production facil...

 

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