Tough, Beautiful & Sustainable

Tough, Beautiful & Sustainable

Softwood lumber industry rises as builders embrace one of nature’s oldest construction materials

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Forestry: At A Glance

Forestry: At A Glance

According to the Alberta Wilderness Association, a little over 60 per cent of Alberta’s land area is forested, making it home to Canada’s fourth-largest forestry industry.

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Power by Partnership

Power by Partnership

A collaborative renewable energy project with global ambitions creates local benefits

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Clearing the Air

Clearing the Air

A research project aims to turn pulp mill waste into big business

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Putting Down Roots

Putting Down Roots

An international mill operator invested in Alberta’s forestry sector with an eye to grow operations and the communities they work in

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Bridging the Digital Divide

Bridging the Digital Divide

Alberta’s pulp and paper mills find innovative ways to remain relevant in an increasingly digital world

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Material World

Material World

BioComposites Group is out to prove that one industry’s waste is another industry’s billion-dollar treasure

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bio-mass in Whitecourt

Renewing Renewable Investment

Capstone Infrastructure develops, owns and operates thermal and renewable power generation facilities across Canada, generating power from wood waste supplied from nearby saw and pulp mills

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Value Add

Value Add

Three projects that are helping diversify Alberta’s forestry sector and creating economic opportunities along the way.

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Tapping into By-products

West Fraser’s lignin recovery plant as a significant milestone in the growth of the Alberta bioeconomy

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