West Fraser reports Q2 earnings of C$74M, down 32% year-over-year, despite sales climbing 17% to C$1.05B; shipments of lumber increased sharply in Q2 after Vancouver port strike was settled, but gains largely offset by lower prices

VANCOUVER, British Columbia , July 16, 2014 (press release) – West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd. (TSX:WTF) today reported earnings of $74 million or $0.87 per share on sales of $1,053 million in the second quarter of 2014. These results compare with previous periods as follows:


($ millions except earnings per share ("EPS")) Q2-14   Q1-14   YTD-14   Q2-13   YTD-13
Sales 1,053   809   1,862   900   1,763
EBITDA1 146   148   294   178   319
Operating earnings 106   106   212   141   242
Earnings 74   72   146   109   176
Basic EPS ($) 0.87   0.84   1.71   1.27   2.06
Adjusted earnings 2 66   84   150   107   210
Adjusted basic EPS ($)2 0.77   0.97   1.74   1.25   2.46
  1. In this News Release, reference is made to EBITDA (defined as operating earnings plus amortization and restructuring charges). Our management believes that, in addition to earnings, EBITDA is a useful performance indicator and is a useful measure of cash available prior to debt service, capital expenditures and income taxes. Reference is also made to Adjusted earnings (calculated as set out in the tables described in footnote 2) and Adjusted basic EPS (collectively, with EBITDA, "these measures"). None of these measures is a generally accepted earnings measure under International Financial Reporting Standards ("IFRS") and none have a standardized meaning prescribed by IFRS. Investors are cautioned that these measures should not be considered as an alternative to earnings, earnings per share or cash flow, as determined in accordance with IFRS. As there is no standardized method of calculating any of these measures, our method of calculating each of them may differ from the methods used by other entities and, accordingly, our use of any of these measures may not be directly comparable to similarly titled measures used by other entities.
  2. Refer to the table titled "Earnings Adjustments for Certain Non-Operational Items" in Management's Discussion and Analysis of our second quarter 2014 results for details of these adjustments.
Operational Results

In the quarter our lumber operations generated operating earnings of $81 million (Q1 - $79 million) and EBITDA of $106 million (Q1- $107 million). The results were substantially similar to the previous quarter as significantly higher shipments were offset by lower prices.

In the quarter our panel segment generated operating earnings of $10 million (Q1 - $7 million) and EBITDA of $13 million (Q1 - $11 million) as plywood prices and shipments improved.

In the quarter our pulp and paper operations generated operating earnings of $19 million (Q1 - $22 million) and EBITDA of $30 million (Q1 - $32 million). Although shipments were higher and prices were relatively similar to the previous quarter, increased costs contributed to the decline in earnings.

Outlook

Shipments of lumber increased sharply in the second quarter after the settlement of the 28-day strike at the port of Vancouver that occurred during March and both SPF and SYP prices declined. As the strike-related lumber inventory backlog continues to clear and U.S. housing continues to gradually recover, lumber prices have stabilized and shown some improvement in early July. However, we expect them to remain fairly volatile. Log costs are expected to trend higher in B.C. as competition for purchased wood increases but lumber productivity and cost reductions throughout our sawmills are expected to continue to improve over the next few quarters as we complete various major capital projects.

"We've expanded our lumber capacity with our acquisition of two sawmills in the second quarter and one in the first," said Ted Seraphim, our President and CEO. "We are pleased with the integration of those operations and the contributions they will continue to make to our earnings."

Management's Discussion & Analysis ("MD&A")

The Company's MD&A is available on the Company's website: www.westfraser.com and on the System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval at www.sedar.com under the Company's profile.

West Fraser

We are an integrated wood products company producing lumber, wood chips, LVL, MDF, plywood, pulp and newsprint. We have operations in western Canada and the southern United States.

Forward-Looking Statements

This news release contains historical information, descriptions of current circumstances and statements about potential future developments. The latter, which are forward-looking statements and are included under the heading "Outlook" are presented to provide reasonable guidance to the reader but their accuracy depends on a number of assumptions and is subject to various risks and uncertainties. Actual outcomes and results will depend on a number of factors that could affect our ability to execute our business plans, including those matters described in the 2013 annual Management's Discussion & Analysis under "Risks and Uncertainties", and may differ materially from those anticipated or projected. Accordingly, readers should exercise caution in relying upon forward-looking statements and we undertake no obligation to publicly revise them to reflect subsequent events or circumstances, except as required by applicable securities laws.

Conference Call

Investors are invited to listen to the quarterly conference call on Thursday, July 17, 2014 at 8:30 a.m. Pacific Time (11:30 a.m. Eastern Time) by dialing 1-800-769-8320 (toll-free North America). The call may also be accessed through our website at www.westfraser.com.

West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd.      
Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheets      
(in millions of Canadian dollars, except where indicated - unaudited)
       
  June 30   December 31
  2014   2013
Assets      
Current assets      
Cash and short-term investments $ 26   $ 162
Receivables 324   279
Inventories (note 4) 520   519
Prepaid expenses 27   11
  897   971
Property, plant and equipment 1,339   1,144
Timber licences 524   489
Goodwill and other intangibles 392   321
Other assets 53   83
Deferred income tax assets 77   96
  $ 3,282   $ 3,104
       
Liabilities      
Current liabilities      
Cheques issued in excess of funds on deposit $ 15   $ -
Operating loans (note 5) 126   -
Payables and accrued liabilities 372   385
Income taxes payable 17   30
Reforestation and decommissioning obligations 41   39
Current portion of long-term debt (note 5) 320   319
  891   773
Long-term debt (note 5) 9   9
Other liabilities (note 6) 229   197
Deferred income tax liabilities 163   178
  1,292   1,157
       
Shareholders' Equity      
Share capital 596   602
Accumulated other comprehensive earnings 11   10
Retained earnings 1,383   1,335
  1,990   1,947
  $ 3,282   $ 3,104
Number of Common shares and Class B Common shares outstanding at July 16, 2014 was 84,827,348.
                 
West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd.                
Condensed Consolidated Statements of Changes in Shareholders' Equity  
(in millions of Canadian dollars, except where indicated - unaudited)  
                 
  April 1 to June 30   January 1 to
June 30
 
  2014   2013   2014   2013  
                 
Share capital                
Balance - beginning of period $ 602   $ 602   $ 602   $ 602  
Common share repurchases (6 ) -   (6 ) -  
Balance - end of period $ 596   $ 602   $ 596   $ 602  
                 
Accumulated other comprehensive earnings                
Balance - beginning of period $ 27   $ (4 ) $ 10   $ (9 )
Translation gain (loss) on foreign operations (16 ) 11   1   16  
Balance - end of period $ 11   $ 7   $ 11   $ 7  
                 
Retained earnings                
Balance - beginning of period $ 1,397   $ 908   $ 1,335   $ 899  
Actuarial gain (loss) on post-retirement benefits (net of tax) (45 ) 58   (49 ) 6  
Common share repurchases (37 ) -   (37 ) -  
Earnings for the period 74   109   146   176  
Dividends (6 ) (6 ) (12 ) (12 )
Balance - end of period $ 1,383   $ 1,069   $ 1,383   $ 1,069  
                 
Shareholders' equity $ 1,990   $ 1,678   $ 1,990   $ 1,678  
                 
West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd.                
Condensed Consolidated Statements of Earnings and  
Comprehensive Earnings                
(in millions of Canadian dollars, except where indicated - unaudited)  
                 
  April 1 to June 30   January 1 to
June 30
 
  2014   2013   2014   2013  
                 
Sales $ 1,053   $ 900   $ 1,862   $ 1,763  
                 
Costs and expenses                
Cost of products sold 709   576   1,225   1,117  
Freight and other distribution costs 158   126   267   243  
Amortization 40   37   82   77  
Selling, general and administration 38   32   73   64  
Equity-based compensation 2   (12 ) 3   20  
  947   759   1,650   1,521  
Operating earnings 106   141   212   242  
Finance expense (8 ) (7 ) (14 ) (14 )
Exchange gain (loss) on long-term debt 12   (11 ) (1 ) (17 )
Other income (expense) (note 9) (7 ) 10   6   7  
Earnings before tax 103   133   203   218  
Tax provision (note 10) (29 ) (24 ) (57 ) (42 )
Earnings $ 74   $ 109   $ 146   $ 176  
                 
Earnings per share (dollars) (note 11)                
Basic $ 0.87   $ 1.27   $ 1.71   $ 2.06  
Diluted $ 0.87   $ 1.12   $ 1.66   $ 2.06  
                 
Comprehensive earnings                
Earnings $ 74   $ 109   $ 146   $ 176  
Other comprehensive earnings                
Translation gain (loss) on foreign operations (16 ) 11   1   16  
Actuarial gain (loss) on post-retirement benefits 1 (45 ) 58   (49 ) 6  
Comprehensive earnings $ 13   $ 178   $ 98   $ 198  
1. Net of income tax recovery of $15 million for the three months ended June 30, 2014 (three months ended June 30, 2013 - $19 million provision) and $17 million for the six months ended June 30, 2014 (six months ended June 30, 2013 - $2 million provision).  
                 
West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd.                
Condensed Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows          
(in millions of Canadian dollars, except where indicated - unaudited)      
                 
  April 1 to June 30   January 1 to
June 30
 
  2014   2013   2014   2013  
Operating activities                
Earnings $ 74   $ 109   $ 146   $ 176  
Adjustments                
  Amortization 40   37   82   77  
  Finance expense 8   7   14   14  
  Exchange (gain) loss on long-term debt (12 ) 11   1   17  
  Tax provision 29   24   57   42  
  Income taxes paid (10 ) (10 ) (47 ) (22 )
  Post-retirement expense 11   15   25   28  
  Contributions to post-retirement benefit plans (22 ) (32 ) (29 ) (40 )
  Other (9 ) (18 ) 2   -  
Changes in non-cash working capital                
  Receivables (26 ) 49   (37 ) (28 )
  Inventories 192   124   27   12  
  Prepaid expenses (14 ) (8 ) (17 ) (13 )
  Payables and accrued liabilities (25 ) (51 ) (27 ) (5 )
Cash flows from operating activities 236   257   197   258  
                 
Financing activities                
Proceeds from operating loans 68   -   129   -  
Finance expense paid (10 ) (8 ) (11 ) (9 )
Dividends (6 ) (6 ) (12 ) (12 )
Common share repurchases (43 ) -   (43 ) -  
Cash flows from financing activities 9   (14 ) 63   (21 )
                 
Investing activities                
Acquisitions (note 3) (142 ) -   (202 ) -  
Additions to capital assets (121 ) (74 ) (214 ) (123 )
Government assistance 4   -   13   1  
Other (10 ) (2 ) (11 ) (1 )
Cash flows from investing activities (269 ) (76 ) (414 ) (123 )
                 
Change in cash (24 ) 167   (154 ) 114  
Foreign exchange effect on cash 1   3   3   4  
Cash - beginning of period 34   50   162   102  
Cash - end of period $ 11   $ 220   $ 11   $ 220  
                 
Cash consists of                
Cash and short-term investments         $ 26   $ 220  
Cheques issued in excess of funds on deposit         (15 ) -  
          $ 11   $ 220  

West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd.

Notes to Condensed Consolidated Interim Financial Statements

(figures are in millions of dollars, except where indicated - unaudited)

1. Nature of operations

West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd. ("West Fraser", "we", "us" or "our") is an integrated wood products company producing lumber, wood chips, LVL, MDF, plywood, pulp and newsprint with facilities in western Canada and the southern United States. Our executive office is located at 858 Beatty Street, Suite 501, Vancouver, British Columbia. West Fraser was formed by articles of amalgamation under the Business Corporations Act (British Columbia) and is registered in British Columbia, Canada. Our Common shares are listed for trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol WFT.

2. Basis of presentation and statement of compliance

These condensed consolidated interim financial statements have been prepared in accordance with International Accounting Standard 34 Interim Financial Reporting as issued by the International Accounting Standards Board ("IASB") and using the same accounting policies and methods of their application as the December 31, 2013 annual financial statements. These condensed consolidated interim financial statements should be read in conjunction with our 2013 annual financial statements.

3. Acquisitions

During the year, we made the following acquisitions:

Location Business Acquired Date Cash
Paid
  Due to Seller   Total
Mansfield, Arkansas Lumber manufacturing facility March 7 $ 61   $ -   $ 61
High Prairie, Alberta Lumber manufacturing facility and related timber tenures April 3   63     4     67
Russellville, Arkansas Lumber manufacturing facility April 25   78     1     79
Total     $ 202   $ 5   $ 207

We accounted for each of these transactions as an acquisition of a business and have allocated the preliminary purchase price based on the estimated fair value of the assets acquired and the liabilities assumed. The preliminary purchase price allocation is as follows:

    2014  
Current assets $ 40  
Current liabilities   (6 )
Property, plant and equipment   54  
Timber licenses   44  
Goodwill and other intangibles   77  
Long-term liabilities   (2 )
Consideration $ 207  

Goodwill of $76 million, recorded in the lumber segment, is fully deductible for tax purposes.

Revenue of $41 million and earnings of $2 million have been generated and included in earnings related to these acquisitions.

4. Inventories

Inventories at June 30, 2014 were written down by $7 million (March 31, 2014 - $4 million; June 30, 2013 - $7 million; December 31, 2013 - $6 million) to reflect net realizable value being lower than cost.

5. Long-term debt and operating loans

Long-term debt

  June 30, 2014   December 31, 2013  
US$300 million senior notes due October 2014; interest at 5.2% $ 320   $ 319  
US$8 million note due October 2020; interest at 2%   8     8  
Note due in installments to 2020; interest at 5.5%   2     2  
    330     329  
Current portion   (320 )   (319 )
Deferred financing costs   (1 )   (1 )
  $ 9   $ 9  

The fair value of the long-term debt is $334 million (December 31, 2013 - $341 million) based on rates available to us at the balance sheet date for long-term debt with similar terms and remaining maturities.

Operating loans

We have $580 million in revolving lines of credit of which $126 million (net of deferred financing costs of $3 million) were drawn as at June 30, 2014 (December 31, 2013 - undrawn). Deferred financing costs of $4 million were included in other assets at December 31, 2013.

Our revolving lines of credit include a $500 million revolving credit facility which matures September 30, 2018, two demand lines of credit totalling $75 million dedicated to letters of credit and a $5 million demand line of credit dedicated to a jointly-owned newsprint operation. Interest on the facilities is payable at floating rates based on Prime, U.S. base, Bankers' Acceptances or LIBOR at our option. As at June 30, 2014, letters of credit in the amount of $45 million have been issued under these facilities.

All debt is unsecured except the $5 million joint operation demand line of credit, which is secured by that joint operation's current assets.

6. Other liabilities

  June 30, 2014   December 31, 2013
Post-retirement (note 7) $ 108   $ 82
Reforestation   72     66
Decommissioning   22     22
Other   27     27
  $ 229   $ 197

7. Post-retirement benefits

We maintain defined benefit and defined contribution pension plans covering a majority of our employees. The defined benefit plans generally do not require employee contributions and provide a guaranteed level of pension payable for life based either on length of service or on earnings and length of service, and in most cases do not increase after commencement of retirement. We also provide group life insurance, medical and extended health benefits to certain employee groups.

The status of the defined benefit pension plans and other retirement benefit plans, in aggregate, is as follows:

  June 30, 2014   December 31, 2013  
Projected benefit obligations $ (1,370 ) $ (1,212 )
Fair value of plan assets   1,296     1,207  
Impact of minimum funding requirement   -     (5 )
  $ (74 ) $ (10 )
Represented by            
Post-retirement assets $ 34   $ 72  
Post-retirement liabilities (note 6)   (108 )   (82 )
  $ (74 ) $ (10 )

The significant actuarial assumptions used to determine our balance sheet date post-retirement assets and liabilities are as follows:

  June 30, 2014   March 31, 2014   December 31, 2013
Discount rate 4.00%   4.50%   4.75%
Future compensation rate increase 3.50%   3.50%   3.50%

The change in the discount rate on obligations and the difference between the actual rate of return and the discount rate on plan assets generated an actuarial gain (loss) on post-retirement benefits, included in other comprehensive earnings, as follows:

  April 1 to June 30   January 1 to
June 30
 
    2014     2013     2014     2013  
Actuarial gain (loss) $ (60 ) $ 77   $ (66 ) $ 8  
Tax recovery (provision)   15     (19 )   17     (2 )
  $ (45 ) $ 58   $ (49 ) $ 6  

8. Share capital

Authorized

400,000,000 Common shares, without par value

20,000,000 Class B Common shares, without par value

10,000,000 Preferred shares, issuable in series, without par value

Issued

  2014   2013
  Number     Amount   Number     Amount
Common 82,545,870   $ 596   83,390,026   $ 602
Class B Common 2,281,478     -   2,281,478     -
Total Common 84,827,348   $ 596   85,671,504   $ 602

On April 29, 2014 the shareholders of the Company voted to increase the number of authorized Common shares from 200,000,000 to 400,000,000. This increase returns the proportion of Common shares available for issuance to the same level as before the December 10, 2013 stock dividend (the "Stock Dividend").

On September 12, 2013 our Board of Directors authorized the initiation of a normal course issuer bid to repurchase for cancellation up to 2,000,000 Common shares or approximately 2.5% of our issued and outstanding Common shares. The normal course issuer bid may continue until September 16, 2014.

In 2014 we repurchased 848,400 Common shares for $43 million.

Stock dividend

On December 10, 2013 the Board of Directors declared a Stock Dividend of one Common share for each issued and outstanding Common share and Class B Common share in the capital of the Company, which has the same effect as a two-for-one stock split. The Stock Dividend was paid on January 13, 2014 to shareholders of record on December 31, 2013. For comparative purposes the Stock Dividend has been applied retroactively to earlier periods so that the number of shares used to calculate earnings per share is doubled resulting in earnings per share for prior years being half of the amount that would otherwise have been reported.

On January 13, 2014 we issued 42,835,752 Common shares pursuant to the Stock Dividend. Also on January 13, 2014 the number of options and units outstanding under our share option, phantom share, and directors' deferred share unit plans were doubled and the exercise price of outstanding share options was halved to reflect the Stock Dividend.

9. Other income (expense)

  April 1 to June 30   January 1 to
June 30
 
    2014     2013     2014     2013  
Foreign exchange gain (loss) - net $ (8 ) $ 5   $ -   $ 9  
Increase in decommissioning obligations   -     -     -     (6 )
Other   1     5     6     4  
  $ (7 ) $ 10   $ 6   $ 7  

10. Tax provision

The tax provision differs from the amount that would have resulted from applying the Canadian statutory income tax rate to earnings before income taxes as follows:

  April 1 to June 30   January 1 to
June 30
 
    2014     2013     2014     2013  
Income tax expense at statutory rate of 26% (2013 - 25.75%) $ (27 ) $ (35 ) $ (53 ) $ (56 )
Non-taxable amounts   1     2     -     (5 )
Rate differentials between jurisdictions and on specified activities   (2 )   (4 )   (3 )   (8 )
Recognized tax assets   -     16     -     30  
Increase in statutory tax rate   -     (2 )   -     (2 )
Other   (1 )   (1 )   (1 )   (1 )
Tax provision $ (29 ) $ (24 ) $ (57 ) $ (42 )

11. Earnings per share

Basic earnings per share is calculated based on earnings available to Common shareholders, as set out below, using the weighted average number of Common shares and Class B Common shares outstanding.

Diluted earnings per share is calculated based on earnings available to Common shareholders adjusted to remove the actual share option expense (recovery) charged to earnings and after deducting a notional charge for share option expense assuming the use of the equity-settled method, as set out below. The diluted weighted average number of shares is calculated using the treasury stock method. When earnings available to Common shareholders for diluted earnings per share are greater than earnings available to Common shareholders for basic earnings per share, the calculation is anti-dilutive and diluted earnings per share are deemed to be the same as basic earnings per share.

  April 1 to June 30   January 1 to
June 30
 
    2014     2013     2014     2013  
Earnings                        
Basic $ 74   $ 109   $ 146   $ 176  
Share option expense (recovery)   2     (12 )   1     15  
Equity settled share option adjustment   -     -     (2 )   (2 )
Diluted $ 76   $ 97   $ 145   $ 189  
                         
Weighted average number of shares (thousands)                        
Basic   85,408     85,730     85,540     85,728  
Share options   1,389     1,377     1,464     1,423  
Diluted   86,797     87,107     87,004     87,151  
                         
Earnings per share (dollars)                        
Basic $ 0.87   $ 1.27   $ 1.71   $ 2.06  
Diluted $ 0.87   $ 1.12   $ 1.66   $ 2.06  

12. Segmented information

          Pulp &   Corporate      
  Lumber   Panels   paper   & other   Total  
April 1, 2014 to June 30, 2014                    
                     
Sales at market prices                    
  To external customers $ 696   $ 131   $ 226   $ -   $ 1,053  
  To other segments 26   2   -   -      
  $ 722   $ 133   $ 226   $ -      
                     
EBITDA 1 $ 106   $ 13   $ 30   $ (3 ) $ 146  
Amortization (25 ) (3 ) (11 ) (1 ) (40 )
Operating earnings 81   10   19   (4 ) 106  
Finance expense (4 ) (2 ) (2 ) -   (8 )
Exchange gain on long-term debt -   -   -   12   12  
Other expense (3 ) -   (4 ) -   (7 )
Earnings before tax $ 74   $ 8   $ 13   $ 8   $ 103  
                     
April 1, 2013 to June 30, 2013                    
                     
Sales at market prices                    
  To external customers $ 592   $ 119   $ 189   $ -   $ 900  
  To other segments 22   1   -   -      
  $ 614   $ 120   $ 189   $ -      
                     
EBITDA 1 $ 125   $ 10   $ 31   $ 12   $ 178  
Amortization (22 ) (4 ) (11 ) -   (37 )
Operating earnings 103   6   20   12   141  
Finance expense (3 ) (1 ) (3 ) -   (7 )
Exchange loss on long-term debt -   -   -   (11 ) (11 )
Other income 6   -   4   -   10  
Earnings before tax $ 106   $ 5   $ 21   $ 1   $ 133  
1. Non-IFRS measure:
  EBITDA is defined as operating earnings plus amortization and restructuring charges.
   
            Pulp &   Corporate      
    Lumber   Panels   paper   & other   Total  
January 1, 2014 to June 30, 2014                    
                       
Sales at market prices                    
  To external customers $ 1,198   $ 243   $ 421   $ -   $ 1,862  
  To other segments 48   4   -   -      
    $ 1,246   $ 247   $ 421   $ -      
                       
EBITDA 1 $ 213   $ 24   $ 62   $ (5 ) $ 294  
Amortization (53 ) (7 ) (21 ) (1 ) (82 )
Operating earnings 160   17   41   (6 ) 212  
Finance expense (8 ) (2 ) (4 ) -   (14 )
Exchange loss on long-term debt -   -   -   (1 ) (1 )
Other income 5   -   1   -   6  
Earnings before tax $ 157   $ 15   $ 38   $ (7 ) $ 203  
                       
January 1, 2013 to June 30, 2013                    
                       
Sales at market prices                    
  To external customers $ 1,153   $ 234   $ 376   $ -   $ 1,763  
  To other segments 40   3   -   -      
    $ 1,193   $ 237   $ 376   $ -      
                       
EBITDA 1 $ 271   $ 28   $ 39   $ (19 ) $ 319  
Amortization (46 ) (8 ) (23 ) -   (77 )
Operating earnings 225   20   16   (19 ) 242  
Finance expense (7 ) (2 ) (5 ) -   (14 )
Exchange loss on long-term debt -   -   -   (17 ) (17 )
Other income (expense) 6   -   6   (5 ) 7  
Earnings before tax $ 224   $ 18   $ 17   $ (41 ) $ 218  
1. Non-IFRS measure:
  EBITDA is defined as operating earnings plus amortization and restructuring charges.

The geographic distribution of external sales is as follows1:

  April 1 to June 30   January 1 to
June 30
    2014     2013     2014     2013
United States $ 555   $ 456   $ 748   $ 891
Canada   209     215     643     424
China   172     130     276     269
Other Asia   95     78     146     134
Other   22     21     49     45
  $ 1,053   $ 900   $ 1,862   $ 1,763

1. Sales distribution is based on the location of product delivery.

 

Contact Information

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    West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd.
    Larry Hughes
    Vice-President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer
    (604) 895-2700

    West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd.
    Rodger Hutchinson
    Vice-President, Corporate Controller and Investor Relations
    (604) 895-2700
    www.westfraser.com
 

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