Canadian border strike could start Friday if mediation fails

The Tree Frog Forestry News
June 5, 2024
Category: Today's Takeaway

A Canadian border strike could start this Friday if mediation fails—but what happens if it does. In related news: growth of cross-border freight brings concerns on capacity and driver shortage; Peak Renewable BioEnergy opens a new plant in Dothan, Alabama; and the US economy and construction jobs are in decline. Meanwhile: changes to combustible dust regulations are coming to BC; and BCIT’s Forest and Natural Areas Management program is hiring.

In Forestry news: a new initiative calls on British Columbians to stand up for forestry; BC reduces the Kootenay Lake TSA cut by 13.4%; SFI engages communities with new strategic direction; the American Wood Council released a new Construction Fire Inspection App; and Hoosier National Forest is helping tackle climate change.

Finally, dumb drones set to become smart with a world first in navigation technology.

Kelly McCloskey, Tree Frog Editor


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