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The Canadian forestry sector has become a leader in clean energy and clean tech, both in industry and communities it serves.

Canada was built on forestry. Today, over 600 communities across rural and northern Canada continue to rely on a strong and sustainable forest products sector to support our environment, good jobs, and vibrant towns and cities.

Caribou are well adapted to Canada's boreal forest, but the danger to all specialists is change. And much change has come to caribou ranges in Alberta.

Every year the Government of British Columbia leads a delegation to Japan and China in an effort to support and grow the market for BC wood products.

November 11th marks Remembrance Day, a time to remember those who have served in the armed forces—including a little known group called the Canadian Forestry Corps.

How is it that a person can grow up in a small city, whose economic stability is reliant on forestry, and have no idea what a forester is or what they do?

THE CANADIAN FORESTRY SECTOR'S VIRTUOUS CYCLE ON CLIMATE CHANGE

Whether it be the poetic "paper is the vehicle of thought" or the more prosaic "fibres in wood are called pulp", they are among the one-line twitter-length "fillers" put together in 1958 by the Canadian Pulp and Paper Association, the precursor to FPAC.

Recent discussions about forest destruction and deforestation in Canada may have caused undue confusion and alarm in the public.

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