The Truck Loggers Association represents independent timber harvesting contractors from across the province. We are very pleased to hear that your organizations will resume bargaining after four months of silence since the strike began on July 1, which has had a significant impact on the coastal forest industry, its entire supply chain, and communities.
It's outrageous to demand an end to old-growth logging without acknowledging the impact to people and communities. For decades — even more so over the past year — there have [...]
Re: Response to January 3, 2019 article: “Sierra Club calls for increased protection of B.C. forests as Brazilian president raises spectre of Amazon deforestation” Once again, old-growth logging has been inaccurately [...]
Response to December 13, 2018 Editorial “B.C. Coastal forests and industry are at a tipping point” Once again, old-growth logging and log exports have been inaccurately held up as the [...]
Misconception about plea for protected provincial rainforests requires correction The June 29 article, If an old-growth tree falls in a forest, does it make political hay?, reports on a letter from [...]
Misconception about plea for protected provincial rainforests requires correction In the June 28 article, 223 international scientists urge B.C. to protect provincial rainforests, the scientists warn that our rainforests are at [...]
Rhetoric on log exports has ramped up since they were last discussed in the Peak [“Conference pushes green economy,” December 7,] and now I must speak. Unfortunately, from the point [...]