Council of Forest Industries of British Columbia

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Council of Forest Industries of British Columbia

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"The Council of Forest Industries of British Columbia was founded in 1960 by the following organizations: B.C. Loggers' Association (1907), B.C. Lumber Manufacturers' Association (1900), Consolidated Red Cedar Shingle Association (1936), B.C. Division of Canadian Pulp and Paper Association (1942) and Plywood Manufacturers of B.C. (1950). These five organizations merged to become interrelated divisions of the Council under a single board of directors. The functions of C.O.F.I. include trade promotion, accident prevention, government liaison and documentation of industry information."


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DDUFFY 2010-10-15|DDUFFY 2012-07-24




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