Forest Products Association of Canada

Press Releases

CANADA’S FOREST PRODUCTS SECTOR ISSUES MEDIA STATEMENT ON RAIL NETWORK CLOSURES : CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS AND OPERATIONS FACING SERIOUS RISKS

February 13, 2020 Press Releases

Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) issued a statement today signalling the sector’s serious concern over disruptions to Canada’s rail transport system.   “Canada’s forest products sector generates over $73 billion in annual economic activity, ships to 180 countries around the world, and is responsible for 10% of the total tonnage moved along Canada’s railway […]

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CANADA’S FOREST SECTOR EMBRACES NATURE-BASED SOLUTIONS TO FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE

February 5, 2020 Press Releases

As delegates gather in Ottawa  to attend Nature Canada’s climate solutions summit, Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) and Forests Ontario issued a joint statement signalling the support of Canada’s renewable forest sector to advance nature-based solutions to help fight climate change.   “Sustainable forest management and Canadian-made forest products help us reduce greenhouse gas […]

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FPAC LAUNCHES ANNUAL AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE PROGRAM

February 3, 2020 Press Releases

Earlier today, Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) launched its third annual Awards of Excellence initiative in Ottawa.  The program is intended to recognize and celebrate the men and women who have made special contributions to strengthen Canada’s forest products sector and our forestry communities.   Each year, FPAC issues a call for nominations so […]

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CANADA’S FOREST SECTOR SUPPORTS SWIFT PASSAGE OF CUSMA

January 29, 2020 Press Releases

Earlier today in the House of Commons, the Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Deputy Prime Minister of Canada, tabled a motion bringing Canada closer to an updated North American free trade agreement with the Canada, U.S., Mexico Agreement (CUSMA). Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) applauds this effort to provide clarity for Canadian businesses and exporters. “Canada’s […]

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