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IFIT: A PROVEN SUCCESS STORY FOR FOREST SECTOR TRANSFORMATION

July 10, 2015 Press Releases FPAC

The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) welcomes the Investments in Forest Industry Transformation (IFIT) performance report that underscores the impressive strides being made by the revitalized Canadian forest sector as it becomes more innovative and transformative. The report was released yesterday by the Minister of Natural Resources, Greg Rickford, at the National Forest Innovation […]

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KENORA DECLARATION ON INNOVATION WELCOMED BY FOREST SECTOR

July 9, 2015 Press Releases FPAC

The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) is pleased with the principles and spirit behind the Kenora Declaration on Forest Innovation that was issued today at the 2015 National Forest Sector Innovation Summit. The Declaration collectively commits to the advancement of innovation in the forest sector by collaborating on investments to commercialize innovations with a […]

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FOREST INDUSTRY APPLAUDS COMMITTEE REPORT ON TRANSFORMATION OF SECTOR

June 22, 2015 Press Releases FPAC

The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) says the recommendations by the House of Commons Standing Committee on Natural Resources on transforming the forest sector will help the industry reach the ambitious goals of its Vision2020. The committee report is calling for continued strategic investments promoting research and development of innovative technologies.  This type of […]

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Nominations Open For Forest Industry Aboriginal Business Award

June 9, 2015 Press Releases aclemens

The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) and the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) today opened nominations for the 2015 Aboriginal Business Leadership Award. This annual $5,000 award recognizes and celebrates First Nations entrepreneurs for their success in a forest products business that demonstrates business leadership, exceptional environmental and safety performance and the delivery of high-quality products and services. The recipient should also demonstrate a strong, long-term commitment to the Aboriginal community, particularly in supporting Aboriginal employment.

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