FPAC provides a premier and exclusive opportunity to network with peers and top Ottawa decision makers.
FPAC has the ear of the federal government. Your company should be at this exclusive table to ensure that your priorities are addressed.
In today’s hyper-competitive economic climate, you need to be represented in Ottawa. FPAC addresses issues that matter to your company’s bottom line.
Members get exclusive access to decision-making tools and FPAC studies, as well as strategic support on how to best leverage them.
FPAC works to improve service from rail and other modes of transportation. We are addressing uncompetitive practices and advocating for a right-sizing of the transportation system.
FPAC takes a solution-based approach to the myriad of environmental regulations and legislation affecting the industry. The savings for members generated by reduced or avoided regulatory requirements represents 22% of the overall FPAC value.
FPAC has helped build the reputation of the industry as the most progressive and green forest sector in the world. FPAC represents the Canadian industry at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, and has a seat on the International Council for Forest and Paper Associations. FPAC collaborates with environmental groups, government bodies, Indigenous governments, scientists and academics to deliver results.
FPAC has developed initiatives and partnerships to help member companies attract employees and leverage federal government programs to find HR solutions. TheGreenestWorkforce campaign and Green Dream Internship online viral contests are attracting workers to the industry.
FPAC takes a multifaceted approach to trade by developing strategies to secure and protect access to other markets, by encouraging government to eliminate tariff and non-tariff trade barriers, by pursuing free trade deals, and by addressing specific trade irritants.
FPAC provides a forum allowing members to share experiences and best practices. FPAC also offers two Indigenous awards and has a partnership with the Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business.
FPAC’S expert team is well respected in Ottawa. Our links to the government and Parliamentarians are robust and can provide an invaluable bridge into the Ottawa environment. Similar relationships exist with other stakeholders.
FPAC also offers a variety of sector analyses. Members gain access to our knowledgeable staff for updates, advice, and helping with specific requests. These are exclusive benefits of membership.