Fort Frances resolution calls for wood access for potential mill buyers

Many people in the Fort Frances area worry over the future of the idled pulp and paper mill. Some are afraid Resolute won't give up wood rights in the area's forest, making the sale of the mill for the purpose of restarting it virtually impossible. (Jeff Walters/CBC)

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The town of Fort Frances, Ont., has passed a resolution calling on the provincial government to expand access to wood in the Crossroute Forest in an effort to save the town's mill.

Resolute Forest Products holds the Sustainable Forest License for the forest.

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Source: CBC News

 

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