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Cranbrook, Forestry Tembec developing new markets

Despite not selling a single board of lumber into the Japanese market since the earthquake in northern Japan, Tembec representative is upbeat about the Asian market.

Forestry Tembec updates the Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce

Cranbrook and area biggest employer, gave the monthly Chamber of Commerce luncheon an update report.

Grand Forks, Developments, Forestry From the ashes of the Pope and Talbot shutdown comes the opening of the sawmill at Midway

On Saturday, April 9th the Minister of Forests and MLA John Slater will be cutting the ribbon between 11 a.m. and 12 p.m. at the Midway Mill site.

Cranbrook, Developments, Education, Environment, Forestry Basin communities to benefit from record budget

Columbia Basin Trust will provide $17,000,000 in new funding in the 2011/12 fiscal year to support a broad range of initiatives throughout the Columbia Basin.

Photo of massive intake pipes at Celga
Castlegar, Environment, Forestry, Technology The green energy is now flowing

Just north of Castlegar lies the Zellstoff Celgar Pulp Mill; with its workforce of more than 400 employees, it is one of the key economic drivers of the West Kootenay.

(L to R) Minister Pat Bell, Kathryn Teneese and Bob Luke
Cranbrook, Forestry The people behind the podium

Using wood harvested from their community forest, the Ktunaxa Nation donated wood for a podium seen at the Pacific Coliseum.

by Glynis Fediuk
rystle, Ken and Chris Kalesnikoff standing together
Forestry This lumber company keeps it all in the family

Krystle, Ken and Chris Kalesnikoff are proud of their family-owned and operated business.


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