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Monthly Archives: April 2014

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Rick Jeffery

President & CEO, Coast Forest Products Association

Coast Forest Welcomes B.C.’s New Skills for Jobs Blueprint

Coast Forest Products Association applauds the new strategy unveiled today by the Government of British Columbia entitled, “B.C.’s Skills for Jobs Blueprint: Re-engineering Education and Training”. The coast forest industry in B.C. is a key economic driver contributing an estimated 11% to the coastal GDP and providing over 38,000 jobs to people in communities throughout our province. Bridging the gap between employment opportunities and skilled workers is becoming an increasing challenge for our industry. We welcome further opportunities to meet our labour needs through collaboration with the Province under this new strategy.

Events

Kari Barrett

Register Now for the 2nd Annual Forestry Fishes for Kids!

August 17th-20th, 2014

You can participate as well as sponsor this amazing event that will help send kids to Boys and Girls Club‘s Camp Potlatch, where they will learn about forests, ecology and the world around us. More importantly, Camp Potlach is a place where they can be themselves and have fun, regardless of their ability to pay.

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Guide to Involving Proponents When Consulting First Nations – Letter from Minister John Rustad and Guide

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Clippings from Coast Forest

WFP in partnership with Huu-ay-First Nation

Western Forest Products’ tenures and manufacturing facilities are situated amongst the traditional territories claimed by over 40 First Nations.  These Nations have historical connections to more than six cultural linguistic groups with a diversity of languages and countless dialects.

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Using more wood for construction can slash global reliance on fossil fuels

A Yale University-led study has found that using more wood and less steel and concrete in building and bridge construction would substantially reduce global carbon dioxide emissions and fossil fuel consumption.

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