Forestry group accused of flooding N.S. pulpwood market

Maria Church, Canadian Forest Industries
July 12, 2017
By Maria Church, Canadian Forest Industries
Jul. 12, 2017 - Private woodlot owners in Nova Scotia say they’re concerned a forestry consortium is putting them out of business by flooding the pulpwood market.

CBC News reports that the general manager of WestFor – a group of 13 companies licensed by the province to operate on western Crown land – says the struggles of private woodlot owners are explained by a contraction of the market, not WestFor.

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