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British Columbia's Mirax Group to acquire Lyle Forest Products in Chilliwack, furthering its goal to become a more vertically integrated forestry company; Lyle is a premier value-added lumber facility dealing with Pacific Coast hemlock, western red cedar

Kebony North America to use Holden Humphrey to distribute its full line of dually modified wood cladding and decking products throughout New England, New York, northern New Jersey

84 Lumber to open component plants in Florida, South Carolina, Idaho, a second plant in Atlanta, door shop in Denver as part of 2023 expansion plan; company will relocate Atlanta EWP facility to Georgia, open centers in New Jersey, Boston, and add stores

British Columbia launches BC Timber Sales Value-Added Manufacturing Program; it will provide a dedicated fiber supply to small and medium-sized secondary manufacturers producing high-value products, such as mass timber, plywood, veneer, paneling, flooring

British Columbia should consider ending stumpage harvesting fee system, replace it with a tax system that rewards value-added producers, says lawmaker; MLA John Rustad says wood fiber supply issues forcing mill curtailments will also deter investment

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