Today, Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) welcomed the Canadian Council of Forest Ministers (CCFM)’s public commitment to raising awareness about Canada’s world-leading approach to sustainable forest management.
September 17, 2020Read this
Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) applauds this important milestone which will allow us to create Canadian made Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and reduce waste in our environment.
September 16, 2020Read this
Today, resource industry groups have united to demand the federal government intervene in the ongoing Port of Montreal strike.
August 14, 2020Read this
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been working closely with the federal government to help shape policies and programs to keep our businesses operating, our workers working safely, and our essential supply chain moving.
August 10, 2020Read this
The International Council of Forest and Paper Associations (ICFPA) recently announced its biennial international Blue Sky Young Researchers Award contest to generate interest and raise awareness around innovations taking place in the world.
July 7, 2020Read this
We stand ready to use the power of wood to lower GHG emissions and green our communities as we build back better.
July 3, 2020Read this
Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) is pleased to announce its 2020 Green Dream Bloggers - winners of its annual summer internships contest.
June 30, 2020Read this
Since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared, Canada’s forest products industry has been hard at work delivering urgently needed, critical products that are helping Canadians and Americans weather this unprecedented crisis.
June 24, 2020Read this
As Canada and the world gets moving again, Canada’s forest sector and its people are in a unique position to drive economic recovery.
June 19, 2020Read this
Given the nature of our work, we are a sector that knows quite a bit about resilience in the face of disruption.
April 28, 2020Read this
Today, the federal government moved to recognize that Canada’s forest products sector and its workers provide essential products and services to Canadians.
April 2, 2020Read this
FPAC is calling for swift implementation of these emergency measures so we can help families and businesses now and protect the Canadian economy.
March 25, 2020Read this
Efficient and reliable trucking services are essential to our business so it’s important that challenges in Canada’s trucking and logistics industry are well understood and addressed.
March 11, 2020Read this
Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) and the Canadian Wood Council (CWC) have joined forces in support of the Institute for Canadian Citizenship (ICC) #CelebrateCitizenship Challenge.
March 4, 2020Read this
Forest Products Association of Canada is in Vancouver this week to participate in Globe 2020 and an international discussion about the circular economy and the critical role that Canada’s forests and forestry workers are ready to play.
February 10, 2020Read this
Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) and Forests Ontario issued a joint statement signalling the support of Canada’s renewable forest sector to advance nature-based solutions to help fight climate change.
February 5, 2020Read this
Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) applauds the effort to provide clarity for Canadian businesses and exporters.
January 29, 2020Read this
The time is now for Canada to play a leading role in helping to address climate change by using our forests for solutions to the most pressing social, environmental and economic challenges in history.
January 21, 2020Read this
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.
October 7, 2019Read this
To meet the high standards that come with operating on public lands, Canada’s forestry workers assume important environmental responsibilities to manage for biodiversity, wetlands preservation, watershed protection and other values.
October 5, 2019Read this
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.
September 22, 2019Read this
By working together and making smart choices now, we can help attract the investment required to secure a bright future for BC’s forest sector.
September 16, 2019Read this
Forestry has been foundational in the history, economy, and culture of Canada. Although not widely understood, Canada’s forest certification regime plays an important role in maintaining this global reputation for leadership and excellence.
August 23, 2019Read this
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.
June 25, 2019Read this
The study explores current industry trends and advancements that Canada’s forest products sector has made in the face of growing business challenges.
May 15, 2019Read this
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.
March 21, 2019Read this
Diversity and gender equity, in all its forms, is an invaluable catalyst for sustainability – we can’t progress without it.
March 21, 2019Read this
Canada’s registered professional foresters look after Canada’s forests. This includes planning and implementing reforesting activities, while promoting important forest values like wildlife, biodiversity, and water protection.
March 5, 2019Read this
The transformation that is happening in Canada’s forest products sector is not limited to new technologies in our forests and mills, nor in the new global markets we are reaching. It is also reflected in the changing face of our workforce.
February 20, 2019Read this