Forest Products Association of Canada

Press Releases

Forest sector Seeks Federal Partnership to Improve Competitiveness, Accelerate Innovation and Ensure a Healthy Forest of the Future

August 9, 2018 Press Releases

Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) has shared with the federal government its recommendations to enhance Canadian competitiveness, accelerate innovation, and ensure future forests remain healthy in its 2019 pre-budget submission to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance. To support family-supporting jobs in rural and northern Canada, and to ensure a vibrant Canadian […]

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TRADE RULING ON GROUNDWOOD PAPER & NEWSPRINT WILL HURT WORKERS AND WEAKEN BUSINESSES, SAYS FPAC

August 3, 2018 Press Releases

The U.S. Department of Commerce has imposed final anti-dumping and countervailing duties of up to 20.26% (combined) on imported Canadian uncoated groundwood paper and newsprint – a ruling that will hurt workers, weaken businesses, and increase costs for the consumer, says Forest Products Association of Canada. FPAC, the voice of the Canadian forest products sector, […]

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FPAC JOINS INDIGENOUS DAY LIVE CELEBRATION

June 21, 2018 Press Releases

The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) is pleased to participate as a partner organization during the Indigenous Day Live celebration, Saturday, June 23rd in Ottawa. The Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) will be hosting Indigenous Day Live simultaneously in Winnipeg, Toronto, and Ottawa via a live 5-hour TV broadcast, which will showcase talent from […]

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RESOURCE JOBS ARE KEY TO STRONG COMMUNITIES, SAYS NIGHBOR

June 19, 2018 Press Releases

Canadian industries will continue to work with Ottawa in the hope of addressing cross-border trade issues and regulatory challenges that impact their competitiveness. However, industry leaders also have an opportunity to put their respective sectors on a stronger competitive-footing, according to Derek Nighbor CEO of the Forest Products Association of Canada – who will be […]

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