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FPAC has built a strong global reputation for Canada's forest products industry. The signing of the Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement has earned FPAC international recognition for collaborative leadership. The pioneering study called the Bio-pathways Project, which reports on the innovative transformation of the industry into the bio-age, is helping give the forest industry a renewed and revitalized fresh face.

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.

To learn more about the value of membership, and to join FPAC please contact Paul Lansbergen, Association Secretary at plansbergen@fpac.ca or 613.563.1441.


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