The BC Forest Safety Council’s program development manager, Gerard Messier RPF… presentation on the potential hazards posed by wildfire and beetle-kill stands.
Two World Trade Organization dispute settlement panels were established on Monday to review complaints brought by Canada against U.S.
A forecast generated in April by the Canadian Wildland Fire Information System shows above-average conditions for wildfire across a wide swathe of Western Canada in July.
KAMLOOPS — As the wildfire season approaches,
“It really comes down to social license,” he said. “I think it’s the role of government to make sure the tenure holders, the companies that have been developing those assets for the province,
VICTORIA – Young people throughout British Columbia will have an opportunity to acquire a diverse range of job skills while working in the province’s spectacular natural environment,
Stumpage rates for burned timber sales in Williams Lake and 100 Mile House are averaging about $65 per cubic metre,
The Valemount Community Forest Corporation is seeking to restructure itself, which would split its forestry activities inside Village boundaries from its land use activities outside.
British Columbia’s major lumber producers continue to book substantial profits on near record lumber prices almost a year after the U.S.
Scientists at Natural Resources Canada are exploring the potential of using wood ash as a forest fertilizer.
The Valley Voice
March 22, 2018
by Art Joyce
Slocan Integral Forestry Co-op (SIFCo) will carry out a controlled burn this April on a steep slope about 1.5 kilometres from Winlaw’s centre.
Possible payment of firefighting costs, up to $1 million court fines and up to three years in jail — the province means business when it comes to off-road vehicle users who start wildfires.
The Toquaht Government Office looked like the scene of a lottery win last Thursday as the First Nation split a $1 million fortune with the District of Ucluelet.