Every January, the natural resource sectors gather in Prince George for a pulse check on the state of energy, mining and forestry in B.C. This year’s Natural Resource Forum will attract over a thousand people from government, First Nations, industry, labour and regional communities.
Interest in the present and future of B.C.’s natural resources has never been higher – and neither have the stakes. That is particularly true for those of us who work in B.C.’s forest industry. This year’s gathering in Prince George comes at a time when key indicators in forestry are flashing red, foremost among them the current critical shortage of timber for B.C. mills.
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