- Author:G. W Taylor
- Publisher:J. J. Douglas; 1st Edition edition (1975)
- Pages:209 pages
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by. Taylor, G. W. (Geoffrey Wilson), 1905-.
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Timber: History of the Forest Industry in . MacMillan Bloedel Limited fonds – A record of the company's history from the UBC Library Digital Collections. a b c Martin, Joseph E. (2017). 1958 film footage of the VanPly division.
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Covers MacMillan Bloedel, Canadian Forest Products, Koerner Brothers, BC forest. Chapters include Indians and the forest, Coming of the white man, Pioneer export mills, Coming of the Easterners, American invasion 1900 - 1914, Reciprocity-Rise of the newsprint industry, Forest Companies come of age, August 1914 WWI, The workers, Trading patterns between the war, Technical advances, Cellulose Forestry and after the War, Pulp mill explosion and the Multinationals, Industry to 1974, Sawmill.
middle section of the book is concerned. The petroleum refining industry is an important part of the history and economy of Elk, Forest, McKean, and Warren counties in Pennsylvania. with the World War II timber boom, postwar developments, the International. of America strike of 1953, the consolidation. The industry creates jobs and compensation for workers throughout these counties and influences tax revenues in the counties. Looking backward, looking ahead: History and future of the new brunswick forest industries.
BC’s forest tenure system is an anachronism
BC’s forest tenure system is an anachronism. With its origins in the mid-20th century, it is the legacy of another er. nd ill-equipped to deal with the realities of the 21st century, including the changing character of the timber resource, changing public attitudes towards and demands on crown forest. avid Haley and Harry Nelson, British Columbia Crown Tenure System in a Changing World – Challenges and Opportunities, Synthesis Paper SP-06-01, BC Forum on Forest Economics and Policy, October 2006.
Meeting book: download in English and French (please note that it. .Wood products analyst at the Swedish Forest Industries Federation. Mr. Andrew Bowerbank. Ms. Matilda van den Bosch.
Meeting book: download in English and French (please note that it may be subject to changes - these will be announced during the session). On Loon Lake, the largest lake on the forest, UBC built the Loon Lake Lodge and Retreat Centre that is used as a year-round outdoor education centre and during the summer months is home to Camp Goodtimes, a summer program for remarkable kids fighting cancer.