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

Growing the Future: A Blueprint for Innovative, Sustainable Economic Growth

We urge the federal government undertake a collaboration with provincial governments, Indigenous communities, other rights holders and stakeholders to develop a cross-Canada action plan.

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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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Key Facts

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Canadian pulp and paper mills now produce enough green energy to power all of the houses in the Vancouver Metropolitan Area.

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Since 1990, pulp and paper mills have cut their greenhouse gas emissions by about 67%.

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There are approximately 1,400 Indigenous-owned businesses in Canada’s forest sector. These firms typically employ 10 to 30 people and many of these businesses earn revenues of more than $1 million a year

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The sector is guided by consumer preferences and global market demand for “green” products that are sustainable and climate friendly. Through science and innovation, products such as cosmetics, clothing, car parts and clean energy are all produced from wood fiber.

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Canada’s forest products sector follows an adaptive management framework, ensuring that new knowledge is continually incorporated into forest management to actively manage our forest resources in a sustainable and effective manner to help support species at risk.

Learn More About Our Sector

Forestry For The Future: Delivering on Canada's Bioeconomy Potential
October 7, 2019
Thanks to a combination of Canada’s rich forests, a drive to innovate and a commitment to creating a greener environment, our nation is uniquely positioned to lead the world in next-generation thinking around the bioeconomy.
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Growing Opportunity In Canada’s Forests
September 22, 2019
Years of extensive collaboration with governments, Indigenous communities, and research partners has made Canada’s forest products sector a global leader in product and process innovation, environmental stewardship, and international trade.
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Canada’s Forest Products Industry Applauds “Toronto Tomorrow” And The Plan Build A Timber Neighbourhood
June 25, 2019
In Canada and around the world, wood is experiencing a resurgence as a building material of choice because it is environmentally friendly as well as beautiful, durable, and high performing.
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Diversity: A Blueprint for our Future Forests
March 21, 2019
Diversity and gender equity, in all its forms, is an invaluable catalyst for sustainability – we can’t progress without it.
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Standing Tall with Canada’s Forest Workers on International Day of Forests
March 21, 2019
International Day of Forests is a time for us to celebrate our forestry families, forestry communities, and our country’s world-leading approach to how we manage our forests – one of our country’s most important and renewable resources.
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If you support a forest products sector that creates family-supporting jobs, drives innovation, is committed to sustainable forest management and strong local forestry communities, send a letter to your local federal candidates today!

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Become a Supporter Today!

If you support a forest products sector that creates family-supporting jobs, drives innovation, is committed to sustainable forest management and strong local forestry communities, send a letter to your local federal candidates today!

Become a Supporter Today!

If you support a forest products sector that creates family-supporting jobs, drives innovation, is committed to sustainable forest management and strong local forestry communities, send a letter to your local federal candidates today!