Canada's forests gets protected

Pulp & Paper Canada
April 21, 2004
By Pulp & Paper Canada
The third Canada Forest Accord was signed by the Minister of Natural Resources Canada, R. John Efford, as a formal commitment supported by forest ministers, heads of industry and non-governmental organizations, to work together toward the long-term health of Canada's forests.
The Accord complements the National Forest Strategy 2003-2008, which aims to improve forest practices and policies over the next five years, and strengthen the competitiveness of Canada's forest sector.

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