Competition Bureau Agrees to Investigate Sustainable Forestry Management Claims

The Tree Frog Forestry News
February 2, 2023
Category: Today's Takeaway

The Canadian Competition Bureau has agreed to investigate ENGO claims that SFI ads are false advertising. In related news: a BC industry forester pushes back on old-guard hypocrisy; Canada to fund match-maker for cleantech and forestry; Biden’s oil and forest announcements are polar-opposites; building schools with wood cuts carbon emissions; and the USDA’s Wood Innovations Grant program is back.

In Business news: CP Rail expects regulatory approval for KCS merger; JPMorgan acquires 250,000 acres of Southern Pine forests; Stella-Jones upgrades North America’s telecommunications lines; BSW Group invests for UK growth; Pfeifer Group completes purchase of northern Finland’s largest wood processor; and the US Fed rate increase is viewed as a positive turning point for housing.

Finally, if you love forests, you also need to love loggers, sawmills and paper mills.

Kelly McCloskey, Tree Frog Editor

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