A comprehensive view of Softwood Lumber Dispute. This page highlights a small sample of our full coverage.
For real-time access, please log in to your Government & Public Policy Market Intelligence Service.

Recent Articles

sample of recent headlines, press releases and get more..

Canadian lumber producers could soon receive refunds of US duties after paying out a total of US$6.1B in past six years; after US Dept. of Commerce latest ruling, tariffs set to rise this summer for West Fraser, Canfor, decline slightly for most others

Ontario denounces 'unfair' US duties on Canadian softwood lumber; US Dept. of Commerce preliminary decision signals a small decrease in duty rates is expected later in 2023, but province says duties add financial hardship for people in both countries

US tariffs on Canadian lumber imports are making housing and lumber more expensive, hurting people on both sides of the border, say British Columbia ministers after latest US Dept. of Commerce ruling on duties

US Dept. of Commerce's latest preliminary combined duty rates on Canadian lumber imports range from 7.29%-9.38%, to take effect after final review expected in summer; Canada's trade minister says the duties are little more than a tax on US consumers

US Dept. of Commerce releases preliminary determination of combined anti-subsidy, anti-dumping duty rate of 8.24% in fourth annual review of Canadian lumber imports; US Lumber Coalition 'fully supports' enforcement of trade laws on Canadian lumber

Ask us about our Government & Public Policy market view

Trending Chart

Interactive chart with headline count