|Other titles||Forest Industry : Its Impact on the Economy.|
The history of British Columbia’s economy in the twentieth century is inextricably bound to the development of the forest industry. In this comprehensive study, Gordon Hak approaches the forest industry from the perspectives of workers and employers, examining the two institutions that structured the relationship during the Fordist era: the companies and the unions. He relates daily routines. Flexible Crossroads looks at the contemporary restructuring of British Columbia's forest economy, demonstrating how both resource dynamics - the transition from old growth to managed forests - and. Timber: History of the Forest Industry in British Columbia. British Columbia Years Calendar by Historica. Before Before the arrival of Europeans, the First Nations people used the forests for homes, canoes, tools, fuel and clothing. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: color illustrations, maps ; 25 x 31 cm: Other Titles: Forests: Responsibility.
Records from forestry companies, individuals connected to forests and the forestry industry, and organizations concerned with forests and forestry in British Columbia are included. In addition, materials related to the forest history of British Columbia available digitally and at other repositories have been included in the guide. FOREST INDUSTRY SNAPSHOT Almost 60 percent of British Columbia’s land base is productive forest land, providing rich, diverse and abundant wood fiber. Timber supplies – British Columbia has 55 million hectares of productive forests that provide diverse and abundant wood fiber. These forests contain roughly 1 1 billion cubic meters of timber. e-books and guides. temporary closures or permanent mill shutdowns in British Columbia’s struggling forest industry. As a result, thousands of . Council of Forest Industries of British Columbia (COFI). British Columbia Forest Industry Fact Book Vancouver, B.C. Finnish Forest Research Institute. Finnish Statistical Yearbook of Forestry – Helsinki, Finland. _____. Finnish Statistical Yearbook of Forestry The Forest Industry in British Columbia.
British Columbia Forest Industry Fact Book. Vancouver, B.C. 66p. Vancouver Board of Trade, The Economic Impact of the Forest Industry on British Columbia and Metropolitan Vancouver. The Province of British Columbia is taking action to maintain the forest sector’s position as a driving force in B.C.’s economy, especially in rural communities. The forest sector is a critical economic generator for B.C. It supports healthy, stable communities, and provides jobs for tens of thousands of British Columbians. After a year of record-breaking profits, British Columbia’s forest companies are bracing for a hard crash. And many small towns in rural B.C., . The British Columbia forest industry experienced a labour force reduction over the past decade ( to ) of approximately 30%. Work force projections made through this study suggest that this declining trend will continue through but at a lower rate of 17%.