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Softwood lumber tariff hitting Canfor hardest

Softwood lumber tariff hitting Canfor hardest

Canfor paying 19.54%; West Fraser 11.12%
Northeast B.C. added 1,300 jobs in November

Northeast B.C. added 1,300 jobs in November

Employment in Northeast B.C. grew by 1,300 jobs in November, pushing the regional unemployment rate down to 4.1%, according to the latest estimates from Statistics Canada.
Canfor curtails Taylor pulp mill

Canfor curtails Taylor pulp mill

Recent flooding in southern B.C. causing supply chain challenges, company says
Fort St. John bison a Grand Champ at national show

Fort St. John bison a Grand Champ at national show

Former NHLer, Olympian Corey Hirsch to talk mental health, addictions in construction during visit to Fort St. John

Former NHLer, Olympian Corey Hirsch to talk mental health, addictions in construction during visit to Fort St. John

55% of opioid overdose deaths among employed British Columbians were people working in construction trades
Trans Mountain pipeline still days away from restart

Trans Mountain pipeline still days away from restart

Trans Mountain Corp., which had hoped to have the pipeline that supplies most of southwestern B.C.’s oil and gasoline back in operation by now, says it will be days yet before the pipeline restarts.
Edwina Nearhood elected president of AIC-BC

Edwina Nearhood elected president of AIC-BC

Former Fort St. John real estate appraiser Edwina Nearhood has been elected President of the British Columbia Association of the Appraisal Institute of Canada.
Gasoline barged into B.C. from the U.S.

Gasoline barged into B.C. from the U.S.

Burnaby refinery runs out of oil, halts refining
U.S. doubles Canadian softwood lumber duties

U.S. doubles Canadian softwood lumber duties

Combined anti-dumping and countervailing duties set at 18%
Woodfibre LNG picks construction contractor

Woodfibre LNG picks construction contractor

McDermott will be responsible for building the Squamish LNG facility