Innovative. Sustainable. Resilient.

Recommendations from Canada’s forest sector to drive economic recovery and a net-zero carbon future.

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About Our #ForestryForTheFuture Campaign

We employ over 230,000 Canadians in more than 600 towns and cities, from coast to coast.

Green and Renewable

Governments, scientists, Indigenous peoples, environmentalists and industry all have roles to play in finding balanced solutions that work for the environment, communities and workers.

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Partnership for Success: Innovative and Sustainable Growth in Canada’s Forest Products Sector

We are counting on governments, and all rights holders and stakeholders, to recognize the needs and potential of a public-private partnership to achieve our goals— for the good of the environment, the economy, and all Canadians.

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Forestry for the Future: A Canadian Story

The Canadian forest products sector plays a leading role in the fight against climate change, is innovating and producing environmentally-friendly products, and provides family-supporting jobs that are critical to hundreds of communities across the country.

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Cooperative Blueprint: Innovative, Sustainable Growth in Canada’s Forestry Sector

The time is now to think about what we should do together in Canada’s forests to maximize the environmental, economic, and social benefits for generations to come.

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About Our #ForestryForTheFuture Campaign

Keeping Our Forests As Forests Forever


Independent forest management certification provides a stamp of approval showing customers they are buying products that come from forests managed to comprehensive environmental, social, and economic standards. A certificate is issued only after a thorough review by third-party auditors determines, among other things, that long-term harvests are sustainable, there is no unauthorized or illegal logging, wildlife habitat is preserved, and soil quality is maintained.

In Canada, Canadian forest managers certify their lands to one of three internationally recognized sustainable forest management certification programs – Canadian Standards Association (CSA), Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI).

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Forest Certification In Canada

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Safety, Sustainability, and Self-Sufficiency: The Year That Was in Canadian Forestry
To say that COVID-19 has defined much of what we experienced in 2020 would be the understatement of the century.
December 31, 2020
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Canada’s Forest Sector Welcomes Government’s Inclusive Approach to Plant 2 Billion Trees
Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) applauds this thoughtful and inclusive approach which will help Canada move to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
December 15, 2020
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Canada’s Forest Sector Offers Recommendations to Federal Government on Green Recovery
Earlier today, Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) released Innovative, Sustainable, Resilient: Recommendations from Canada’s Forest Sector to Drive Economic Recovery and a Net-Zero Carbon Future.
December 9, 2020
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