Vancouver, BC – The BC Council of Forest Industries (COFI) and media partner Canadian Forest Industries (CFI) Magazine, announced today the launch of their fifth annual photo contest calling for submissions that illustrate the breadth and diversity of BC’s forest industry across the province.

“Thousands of British Columbians in urban and rural communities across the province work directly in the forest industry and for businesses big and small that provide the industry with important goods and services. British Columbians also use forest products every day in their homes and workplaces and for play. Whether you’re in a big city centre like Vancouver or Surrey, or in a traditional forestry town like Campbell River or Fort St. John, we are excited to see what forestry looks like to you,” says Susan Yurkovich, President and CEO, COFI.

COFI and CFI magazine will accept photo entries from November 12, 2020, to December 16, 2020.

One grand prize winner will have their photo featured on the cover of CFI magazine and will receive a $500 Canadian Tire gift card. Three runners up will each receive a $75 Canadian Tire gift card, and various selected photos will also be published in the magazine.

“Thank you, Canadian Forest Industries Magazine, for your continued support of forestry communities and for supporting this contest each year,” adds Yurkovich.

For contest rules and to enter go to:

Check out last year’s winning submissions for some inspiration:

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About the BC Council of Forest Industries
The BC Council of Forest Industries is the voice of the BC forest industry. COFI members produce lumber, pulp and paper, panels and engineered wood products at facilities across the province. All share a commitment to a future based on employee safety, sustainable forestry and manufacturing practices, and innovative product development.

About CFI Magazine
Canadian Forest Industries is one of Canada’s oldest magazines, and together with its web presence keeps Canada’s forest industry up-to-date on the technology, policies, markets, and people that make the industry a world leader.

Media Contact:
Ralph Eastman
[email protected]

BC Council of Forest Industries (COFI)

TEL: 604-684-0211