Canada and the U.S. enjoy one of the most
productive trading relationships in the world
More than $575 billion worth of goods flow between our borders each year, including $4.6 billion in softwood lumber from British Columbia alone.
American demand for softwood lumber exceeds what domestic mills can produce, which is why the U.S. relies on quality Canadian products to increase supply.
Proposed trade restrictions on softwood lumber from Canada will impede U.S. economic growth by driving up the cost of building homes and reducing jobs in the sector.
Positive discussion yesterday in Vancouver - the BC Lumber Trade Council's members met with Foreign Affairs Ministe… https://t.co/CSBLPuTwUC
About the BC Lumber Trade Council
We are the voice on trade matters
for companies that represent THE
MAJORITY OF BC's lumber production.
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