Forest Products Association of Canada

Canada's Forest Products Industry: Growing a Green Tomorrow

F: Minister of Natural Resources Greg Rickford; B: David Lindsay, President and CEO, FPAC

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FPAC at Forestry Caucus Luncheon

L-R: David Lindsay, President and CEO, FPAC; Richard Harris, MP for Cariboo - Prince George; Catherine Cobden, Executive Vice-President, FPAC

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#FutureofForestry: Sustainable Solutions

Watch the entire Public Policy Forum #FutureofForestry Event. (L-R: Pierre Bernier, David Lindsay, Wynet Smith, Andre Morriseau)

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The Greenest Workforce

Nurture Your Future. Your Environment. Your Life.

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Latest Press Release

July 10 2015

FOREST INDUSTRY JOINS CCFM ON SKILLS AWARD FOR ABORIGINAL YOUTH

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FPAC's reputation amongst policy makers is widely known for its vision and leadership. The association is often listened to and sought out for input on public policy areas such as trade, tax policy and the environment.

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About FPAC

The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) is the voice of Canada's wood, pulp and paper producers nationally and internationally in government, trade, and environmental affairs. Canada's forest products industry is a $58 billion dollar a year industry that represents 2% of Canada's GDP. The industry is one of Canada's largest employers, operating in 200 forest-dependent communities from coast to coast, and directly employing 230,000 Canadians across the country.

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CANADA’S FOREST PRODUCTS -  Your Green and Renewable Choice for Building.

A World Leader in Sustainable Forest Management

FPAC members are global leaders in producing sustainable forest products under strict environmental rules.

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CBFA

CBFA

Setting a New Global Standard for Conservation

Under the Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement, FPAC members commit to the highest environmental standards of forest management and conservation, while environmental organizations commit to global recognition and support for FPAC members efforts.

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Vision2020

Vision2020

An Industry on the Move

Vision 2020 is a challenge to the forest products industry, governments and partners to push industry transformation even further in the areas of people, products, and performance. By 2020, the Canadian forest products industry will power Canada’s new economy by being green, innovative and open to the world.

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Bio-pathways

Bio-pathways

The Pathways Project: Bio-pathways and Construction Value Pathways

The FPAC Pathways Program is made up of two key transformation initiatives: Bio-pathways and Construction Value Pathways. The initiatives were led by FPAC, in cooperation with FPInnovations, the Canadian Forest Service, and scores of economic and scientific experts.

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The Greenest Workforce

The Greenest Workforce

Nurture Your Future. Your Environment. Your Life.

TheGreenestWorkforce.ca is a resource tool that provides information on the dynamic direction of the forest products industry and career opportunities on offer right across the country. Find the career pages of major forest product companies, as well as a real-time twitter feed with careers on offer right now.

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FPAC_APFC The forest products industry is actively reducing the use of energy and water to ensure a greener tomorrow! goo.gl/MmNcNr
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FPAC_APFC The forest products industry just keeps getting cleaner and greener! Find out how and more importantly why: goo.gl/yHY1GQ
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FPAC_APFC Get to know the forest products industry by taking a look at our Forestry 101 brochure: goo.gl/BDt7bL pic.twitter.com/10vo0J0r92
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FPAC_APFC The forest products industry is growing, increasing demand for more employees - 60k over the next 5 years to be exact ow.ly/RuW0j
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