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The Truck Loggers Association is an influential voice in the forest industry on behalf of its 500 member companies across BC. Celebrating 75 years of advocacy, the TLA was formed to give independent loggers a collective voice in the changes taking place in society and the forest industry, as well as to share information about newly developing logging machines, methods, and technology. The TLA now represents independent timber harvesting contractors, phase contractors, market loggers, independent sawmills, industry suppliers and forest resource dependent communities.

  • Representing our members in the development of innovative and progressive forest policy and practises

  • Fostering successful relationships with the forest industry, local communities and all levels of government

  • Building strong and mutually beneficial relationships with First Nations

  • Nurturing effective communication with our members, industry, government, First Nations and local communities

  • Maintaining a dynamic organization that addresses the evolving needs of its members

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TRUCK LOGGER BC MAGAZINE.

Truck LoggerBC  is distributed quarterly to over 10,000 readers who rely on the forest industry across British Columbia for their livelihoods. It is the preeminent source for timber harvesting and forestry perspectives, information & news.

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TRUCK LOGGERS NEWS.

Letter to the editor: BC’s jobs minister addresses media in Prince George

March 21st, 2022|Comments Off on Letter to the editor: BC’s jobs minister addresses media in Prince George

Dear Editor: BC’s jobs minister recently addressed media in Prince George about pandemic recovery and suggested more people are working today than prior to the pandemic, and our northern capital is leading the way. What [...]

IMPORTANCE OF FOREST SECTOR NOT TO BE UNDERESTIMATED

March 7th, 2022|Comments Off on IMPORTANCE OF FOREST SECTOR NOT TO BE UNDERESTIMATED

By Bob Brash There appears to be a sense of complacency among many politicians and residents in British Columbia that the province no longer needs to rely on the forest sector as it traditionally has [...]

Letter: Response from Truck Loggers Association of BC

January 18th, 2022|Comments Off on Letter: Response from Truck Loggers Association of BC

I read with interest, an article appearing in the December 31 edition of thenelsondaily.com (Movement to protect old-growth forests in region, province gains some traction) because while I believe discussion and debate about important issues [...]

TLA VIRTUAL SESSIONS HEAR NEED FOR GOVERNMENT RESET TO MODERNIZE FOREST POLICY

January 13th, 2022|Comments Off on TLA VIRTUAL SESSIONS HEAR NEED FOR GOVERNMENT RESET TO MODERNIZE FOREST POLICY

For Immediate Release January 13, 2022 TLA VIRTUAL SESSIONS HEAR NEED FOR GOVERNMENT RESET TO MODERNIZE FOREST POLICY Truck Loggers Association embarking on process to provide possible solutions Vancouver, BC – For two days this [...]

How are timber harvesting areas determined?

January 10th, 2022|Comments Off on How are timber harvesting areas determined?

By: Paul Scheutz At a global level, BC’s forest industry provides among the best quality and most sought-after fibre in the world. The United States depends on BC softwood lumber to construct new homes, Japan [...]

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