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10

Jun 2021
Construction boom results in concrete shortage in Canada

... sector in Quebec, Canada, writes Journal de Québec. The region has recently suffered with shortages of wood and steel as well. Ciment Québec has recently sent a letter to its customers to inform that ...

09

Jun 2021
Cement Association of Canada to support a roadmap to net-zero carbon concrete

It has partnered with the Government of Canada to advance global leadership in low-carbon concrete production The Government of Canada and the Cement Association of Canada have partnered to advance ...

09

Jun 2021
Cement Association of Canada to support a roadmap to net-zero carbon concrete

It has partnered with the Government of Canada to advance global leadership in low-carbon concrete production The Government of Canada and the Cement Association of Canada have partnered to advance ...

18

May 2021
Geocycle Canada and Lafarge Canada partner to co-process biosolids

Organic matter recycled from treated wastewater will be used as an alternative to non-renewable energy sources Geocycle Canada and Lafarge Canada’s Richmond Cement Plant have reached a long-term partnership ...

07

May 2021
Mobile of Québec partners with Lafarge Canada to expand concrete business

Canadian companies partnered up in order to expand business and provide innovative concrete mixing solutions [PAID=]Lafarge Canada announced the acquisition of Concrete Mobile of Quebec (BMQ), reports ...

06

May 2021
Laboratory plant in Canada's Magdalen Islands to produce concrete with sand and shell

... (CERMIM), under construction in the Magdalen Islands, Canada, is almost complete, writes Radio-Canada. The industrial equipment will first allow large-scale testing of ecological concrete recipes that ...

30

Apr 2021
Eco Development Group to build a engineered wood plant in Canada

... residents. “We have mostly brick houses in Europe, and there are wooden houses here in Canada, so it's a really different style and technologies,” he said. A strong but lightweight engineered wood product, ...

23

Apr 2021
GreenFirst Forest to acquire Rayonier's assets in Canad

... of assets from Rayonier AM Canada GP and Rayonier AM Canada Industries. The purchase price is USD 140 million, plus the value of the inventory on hand at the time of closing, representing an expected ...

19

Apr 2021
Paper Excellence shuts down Mackenzie Pulp Mill in Canada

Paper Excellence has permanently closed the Mackenzie Pulp Mill due to pandemic and economical issues In Canada, Paper Excellence has permanently shutted down the Mackenzie Pulp Mill, reports TheStar. ...

15

Apr 2021
Sunrock Group acquires Fenelon Ready-Mix Canada platform

Canadian company aims to expand business in the construction sector of the country Sunrock Canada Construction Materials has acquired Fenelon Ready-Mix, located in Ontario, Canada, expanding its business ...

13

Apr 2021
GreenFirst to acquire six sawmills in Canada from Rayonier

The transaction was valued at around CAD 267 million [PAID=]Canada-based Rayonier Advanced Materials is divesting itself, less than four years after completing the acquisition of Tembec, of the forestry ...

13

Apr 2021
Barkman Concrete to establish USD 25 million plant in Canada

The Canadian company has now began the construction of a new production facility in Merritt Canada-based Barkman Concrete announced that this year it has begun the construction of a 40,000 square foot ...

02

Apr 2021
White Cap Supply Canada merges with National Concrete Accessories Canada

With the merger, the North American company will expand business in Canada White Cap Supply Canada, the Canadian arm of Atlanta-based White Cap Supply Holdings, has merged with National Concrete Accessories ...

18

Mar 2021
Western Forest Products completes the sale of non-core assets in Canada

The sale was closed for the amount of USD 36 million Canada-based Western Forest Products announced on March 14 that it has completed the sale of certain non-core assets for USD 36 million, informs ...

10

Mar 2021
Coking coal exports from Canada to China increase in 2020

In 2020, coking coal exports from Canada to China increased by 21 percent year-on-year [PAID=]In 2020, amongst a 'verbal ban' that Chinese authorities have enforced on cargoes from Australia late 2019, ...

03

Feb 2021
Sonoco raises uncoated recycled paperboard price in the United States and Canada

... price for all grades of uncoated recycled paperboard (URB) in the United States and Canada will be increased by USD 50 per ton. The new price is effective with shipments beginning on March 1. The company ...

27

Jan 2021
Vertical solar power with building-integrated photovoltaic materials in Canada

... going to be a prevalent part of the urban scenario in Canada as innovative unobtrusive architecture is applied, reports Urban Toronto. The biggest advance in sustainable source to the urban fold is the ...

20

Jan 2021
Lafarge Canada, Svante and Total complete Phase II of Project CO2MENT

A carbon capture technology designed to trap CO2 produced from industrial processes is now installed at the Richmond Cement Plant Lafarge Canada, Svante and Total have reached a major milestone of the ...

07

Jan 2021
Paper Excellence Canada to invest USD 13 million in its Port Alberni mill

The investment will enable the mill to increase production of food grade paper Paper Excellence Canada disclosed it will invest USD 13 million in its Port Alberni mill, in Vancouver Island, to increase ...

16

Dec 2020
Norbord to restart production at its OSB mill in Chambord, Canada

... restart production at its oriented strand board (OSB) mill in Chambord, Quebec, Canada, in the spring of 2021. Since Norbord acquired the mill in 2016, it has invested approximately USD 54 million as ...

08

Dec 2020
Cement Association of Canada thanks Ontario government's support for phasing out coa

The efforts are part of the government's Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan The Cement Association of Canada (CAC) has thanked the Premier of Ontario, Doug Ford, and the Minister of the Environment, Conservation ...

03

Dec 2020
Canada’s Teck Resources plans to increase coal sales to China

The move comes amid China’s trade dispute with Australia The chief executive of Canada’s Teck Resources, Don Lindsay, on Tuesday revealed company plans of increasing coal sales to China, in a move ...

03

Dec 2020
United States reduces penalties on Canada's lumber import

Tariffs have been diminished to an average of 9 percent from more than 20 percent The U.S. Department of Commerce decided to reduce the penalties against imports of Canadian lumber, primarily from the ...

01

Dec 2020
Canada's REN Energy International to produce natural gas from wood wast

REN will produce the natural gas from wood waste or biomass waste such as sawdust, wood chips, shavings, and construction wood waste A Canadian-based company, REN Energy International, is teaming up ...

25

Nov 2020
Lafarge Canada's Richmond plant to use dried biosolids as fue

... produced at its residuals treatment facility from this year, reports Vancouver Island Free Daily. KENES Transportation will transport dried biosolids to the Lafarge Canada cement plant in Richmond. The ...

13

Nov 2020
Canada’s construction costs increase in Q3 of 2020

Rates were higher for both residential and non-residential building constructions Canada’s building construction costs logged an increase in all sectors during the third quarter of 2020, with rates ...

06

Nov 2020
Lafarge Canada acquires Mixcor Aggregates’ Alberta-based assets

Lafarge is one of Alberta’s largest sustainable building materials companies Lafarge Canada Inc. recently announced its acquisition of the Alberta-based assets of construction materials provider Mixcor ...

19

Oct 2020
Rio Tinto and Lafarge Canada to reuse aluminum waste to make cement

The companies developed a new product from used potlining, a part of the aluminium electrolysis process Rio Tinto, Geocycle Canada and Lafarge Canada have partnered to reuse waste from the aluminum ...

19

Oct 2020
Rio Tinto and Lafarge Canada to reuse aluminum waste to make cement

The companies developed a new product from used potlining, a part of the aluminium electrolysis process Rio Tinto, Geocycle Canada and Lafarge Canada have partnered to reuse waste from the aluminum ...

08

Oct 2020
Canada’s construction investments increase in August

Investments reached a record high as disrupted construction works resumed Statistics Canada on Wednesday announced that the country’s overall investment in building construction climbed by five percent ...

07

Oct 2020
Canada's cement industry moves towards a greener developmen

... called the 2050 Climate Ambition, Canada's cement industry has been making progress to accelerate carbon reduction, informs Daily Commercial News. According to Adam Auer, vice-president of environment ...

23

Sep 2020
Canada to face toilet paper shortage

The paper industry is experiencing a shortage of raw materials [PAID=]Residents of Canada have been warned about a possible shortage of toilet paper amid the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, reports ...

01

Sep 2020
Change in US lumber export tariffs may help Canada's local mill

A World Trade Organization decision could put an end to a tariff deadlock between Canada and the US Canada is currently facing a lumber shortage, which led to rising prices, due to shutting down lumber ...

21

Aug 2020
High lumber prices to add costs for home building in Canada

Strong demand for house renovations is pushing the prices up [PAID=]Record lumber and wood panel prices are adding thousands of dollars to the cost of building a home in Canada. It happens at the same ...

11

Aug 2020
Canada will support the development of a new wood pulp face mask prototype

The project aims to create a prototype for the production of low-cost and eco-friendly masks [PAID=]Canada's Minister of Natural Resources, Seamus O'Regan, announced CAD 300,000 for a COVID-19 project ...

11

Aug 2020
Canada’s coal exports grow in H1 of 2020

June exports, however, witnessed a sharp decline [PAID=] Preliminary results released by Statistics Canada puts the country’s coal exports for the first half of 2020 at a total of 19.7611 million tons, ...

28

Jul 2020
Free trade agreement between Mercosur and Canada

The agreement is expected to increase Brazil’s agribusiness exports by USD 7.8 billion [PAID=]A free trade agreement between Mercosur (Southern Common Market) and Canada could increase Brazil’s revenues ...

27

Jul 2020
Canada’s Forest Practices Board welcomes two new members

Cindy Stern and Gail Wallin selected as the new board members The Forest Practices Board, British Colombia’s independent overseer for forest and range practices, has recently welcomed to two members, ...

23

Jul 2020
KFC Canada launches bamboo packaging

KFC will start using bamboo as a permanent solution for its iconic packaging While most of KFC’s famous buckets are made from paper pulp, KFC Canada will switch all poutine and chicken bowls for bamboo ...

17

Jul 2020
Canada’s log export to Japan plummets

The recent plunge could be the first violation of the TPP agreement In order to ensure a stable supply, Canada and Japan reached a deal called the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), but recently log shipments ...

29

Apr 2020
AEP announces new contracts awarded throughout Canada

... continues to be deemed an essential business and all of locations across Canada remain open at this time.” said Brittany Ray-Wilks, Executive Vice President. “We are very proud of the actions we have taken ...

24

Apr 2020
Canada: Teck Resources’ revenues decline amid nationwide lockdown

Company has postponed its 2020 financial forecasts Teck Resources has been hit with an 84% decline in its quarterly profits, owing to coronavirus-related shutdowns and weak performance at its energy ...

23

Apr 2020
Sawmill production in Canada suffers COVID-19 pressure

Canada’s pulp and paper industry under threat from blow to sawmilling production The Canadian sawmilling sector has been heavily affected by Covid-19, threatening supply chains, reports Bay Today. According ...

22

Apr 2020
Canada’s sawmills slowdown production, could accentuate toilet paper shortages

Companies could need federal help as the market has been slumping Supply cuts to Canadian sawmills which were supposed to bolster the lumber market have instead created a shortage of wood-cups required ...

22

Apr 2020
Maibec resumes operations in Canada

The company was allowed to resume its activities on April 20 Following the announcement made by the Quebec government regarding the resumption of construction sites on April 20th, Maibec is proud to ...

20

Apr 2020
Paper Excellence Canada temporarily curtailing operations

The company expects the curtailment to last until mid-summer Current global conditions and recent events impacting Paper Excellence require us to extend the curtailment of paper operations at Powell ...

20

Apr 2020
Canada: Lumber exports from British Columbia decline sharply

Exports of wood products, paper and pulp have fallen significantly in January-February [PAID=]Overall commodity exports from Canada’s British Columbia province fell by nearly 16 percent year-on-year ...

16

Apr 2020
Canada seeks to remove carbon from concrete and steel

New construction codes could encourage builders to try new material alternatives Canada plans to incentive its construction industry into minimizing its emission rates, starting by tackling the high ...

30

Mar 2020
Canada’s forest sector to receive emergency aid package

The federal government’s emergency fund bill has been approved Canada’s federal government’s CAD 107 billion emergency COV1D 19 support package for Canadian workers and businesses received Royal Assent, ...

25

Feb 2020
Voith Paper plant in Canada partnering with SKF Canada for certification

... it the second Voith facility to do so in North America, according to the company. In achieving this qualification, SKF Canada Limited will now supply its expertise, quality bearings, advanced tools ...

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