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Keeping Our Forests As Forests Forever.

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Canada's Green Economy is Growing in Our Forests

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Canada’s forest products industry is internationally recognized as an environmental leader.

Canada’s forestry industry is committed to clean and sustainable solutions that protect our environment, fight climate change, and provide Canadians with quality lumber and paper products that build toward a more sustainable future. Learn more about what our sector is doing to support Canada’s growing, green economy and a net-zero future.
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June 7, 2024
Canada’s Forest Sector Welcomes New National Wildland Fire Strategy
FPAC welcomes this proactive strategy to address worsening wildfires and their impacts on human health and safety, community infrastructure, the environment, and local economies.
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May 8, 2024
Canada’s Forest Sector Unveils National Innovation Awards Winners at United Nations Forum on Forests
As the nineteenth session of the UNFF convenes in NYC this week, FPAC is pleased to announce that Penghui Zhu and Manon Beaufils-Marquet are this year’s winners of FPAC’s Chisholm Awards for Innovation in Forestry
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May 2, 2024
Canada’s Forest Sector Welcomes Federal Emissions Report
Forestry plays a critical role in addressing worsening fire patterns and the use of renewable forest products is essential to Canada securing a lower carbon economy
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April 16, 2024
Canada’s Forest Sector Responds to 2024 Federal Budget
To keep people, communities, and critical infrastructure safer from fire, more must be done in collaboration with provinces, municipalities, and Indigenous Peoples to support more active management of our forests – similar to investments and approaches we are seeing in the United States and Europe.
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June 13, 2024
Canada’s Blueprint for Mass Timber Success Unveiled at Parliament Hill
The comprehensive report outlines an ambitious and strategic vision for the future of mass timber in Canada and its potential to transform green construction and drive economic growth across the country.
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June 7, 2024
Canada’s Forest Sector Welcomes New National Wildland Fire Strategy
FPAC welcomes this proactive strategy to address worsening wildfires and their impacts on human health and safety, community infrastructure, the environment, and local economies.
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May 8, 2024
Canada’s Forest Sector Unveils National Innovation Awards Winners at United Nations Forum on Forests
As the nineteenth session of the UNFF convenes in NYC this week, FPAC is pleased to announce that Penghui Zhu and Manon Beaufils-Marquet are this year’s winners of FPAC’s Chisholm Awards for Innovation in Forestry
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May 2, 2024
Canada’s Forest Sector Welcomes Federal Emissions Report
Forestry plays a critical role in addressing worsening fire patterns and the use of renewable forest products is essential to Canada securing a lower carbon economy
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April 16, 2024
Canada’s Forest Sector Responds to 2024 Federal Budget
To keep people, communities, and critical infrastructure safer from fire, more must be done in collaboration with provinces, municipalities, and Indigenous Peoples to support more active management of our forests – similar to investments and approaches we are seeing in the United States and Europe.
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February 13, 2024
Canada’s Forest Sector Unveils Roadmap Toward Net-Zero at Globe Forum 2024
As global leaders representing government, business and the environment meet in Vancouver this week, Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) has launched an important report
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September 11, 2023
Aaron Wilde: Blog 5: 2023 FPAC Green Dream Internship Program
Aaron Wilde: Blog 5: 2023 FPAC Green Dream Internship Program
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September 11, 2023
Amanda Pacholczak: A Love Letter to the Mill: 2023 FPAC Green Dream Internship Program
Amanda Pacholczak: A Love Letter to the Mill: 2023 FPAC Green Dream Internship Program
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September 11, 2023
Olivia Becher: Vlog 5: 2023 FPAC Green Dream Internship Program
Olivia Becher: Vlog 5: 2023 FPAC Green Dream Internship Program
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September 11, 2023
Annika Clark: Working for Interfor Adams Lake: 2023 FPAC Green Dream Internship Program
Annika Clark: Working for Interfor Adams Lake: 2023 FPAC Green Dream Internship Program
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September 11, 2023
Edmund Bates: Last Day on the Job: 2023 FPAC Green Dream Internship Program
Edmund Bates: Last Day on the Job: 2023 FPAC Green Dream Internship Program
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September 11, 2023
Marie-Pascale Allard: Contenu #5: Le programme Stage de rêve de l'APFC 2023
Marie-Pascale Allard: Contenu #5: Le programme Stage de rêve de l'APFC 2023
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