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Save the date! 2023 Women in Forestry Virtual Summit airs live on March 7

January 20, 2023  By P&PC Staff

Women represented just 17 percent of the forestry labour force in 2016 – but representation is gradually increasing as key industry players lead the change on gender equity. Inspired by their ongoing efforts to dismantle the barriers that discourage women and under-represented people from entering and advancing in the industry, Canadian Forest IndustriesPulp & Paper CanadaCanadian Biomass and Opérations Forestières et de Scierie are once again hosting a digital day of discussion around gender and diversity in the forest sector.

Join us on March 7, 2023, as we expect to welcome back hundreds of forestry changemakers who are looking for inspiration and advice on fostering inclusion in our industry and reaping all the innovation that comes from it.



Featuring some of the biggest influencers in the Canadian forest products sector as well as women who have trailblazed in their careers, the Women in Forestry Virtual Summit offers a live panel discussion, presentations and on-demand sessions where speakers will explore the importance of fostering a diverse and inclusive workforce, share career advice and real-life experiences, recommend actions companies can take to recruit new talent and advance them to leadership positions, and much more.

This year’s summit will again be truly national, with speakers from across Canada and French-English simultaneous interpretation available for all presentations.

Our 2023 agenda will be released in the coming weeks. Sign up for free today to save the date!

The 2022 Women in Forestry Virtual Summit ­– hosted by Pulp & Paper Canada, Canadian Forest Industries and Canadian Biomass – welcomed more than 800 registrants online. Read about the event here.

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