Interfor says it’s open to working with Simpcw

The Canfor mill in Vavenby will close for good in July, leaving 178 people without jobs. Photograph By JESSICA WALLACE/KTW

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Its proposed sale of timber rights for the operation to Interfor, which intends to use that product at its Adams Lake sawmill, requires approval from the provincial government.

Simpcw Chief Shelly Loring has said the transaction will not go forward unless the band has a role in management of the area forests.

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Source: Kamloops This Week

 

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