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Technology and the Canadian forest-product industries

Science Council of Canada.

Technology and the Canadian forest-product industries

a policy perspective

by Science Council of Canada.

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Published by Science Council of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forests and forestry.

  • Edition Notes

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    StatementRoger Hayter.
    ContributionsHayter, Roger.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination138 p. :
    Number of Pages138
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21589876M

    R. Hayter, Technology Policy Perspectives and the Canadian Forest Product Industries, Background Study No, Science Council of Canada, Ottawa, Recent Journal Articles () T. Reiffenstein, R. Hayter and D. Edgington Crossing Cultures: Producing Houses for Consumption in Japan, Economic Geography.   Workers sort and move lumber at the Delta Cedar Sawmill in Delta, B.C., on Friday January 6, The American government hit the Canadian forestry industry .

    forestry industry Canada videos and latest news articles; your source for the latest news on forestry industry Canada. Get this from a library! Advanced technology in the Canadian food processing industry. [John R Baldwin; David Sabourin; Donald A West; Canada. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.; Statistics Canada.] -- The food-processing industry benefits from a wide a range of new advanced technologies. Technological advances include computer-based information and control systems, as well as .

    Pages in category "Forest products companies of Canada" The following 16 pages are in this category, out of 16 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). Much more effectively than other manufacturing industries, the Canadian forest products sector has managed to soften the blow of rapidly rising unit labour costs with major productivity gains. In order to increase competitiveness, the Canadian forest products .


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Technological innovation in Canada's forest-product industries. The study reviews the stages of technological innovation, including gener­ ation of forest-product technology and technology transfer; the con­ text and state of R&D by and for the forest-product industries; the roles of forest-product firms, equipment suppliers, government labora­.

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Key Facts: Canada is the fourth-largest forest product exporter in the world, meeting the. CANADA’S FOREST PRODUCTS INDUSTRY Canada’s forest products industry is recognized as a global leader in the progressive management of Canada’s vast renewable forest resource.

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the American case, the Canadian forest product industries experienced labour productivity growth. The average annual growth rate was as high as 9 per cent in the plywood sector and as low as per cent in the pulp and paper sector.

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forest sector to address inter-jurisdictional issues of mutual relevance. As a key pathway to enable the ongoing transformation of the Canadian forest industry, this Council identified innovation as a priority area for action in This white paper, consisting of lessons learned from other countries and other industrial sectors, was.

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The FIP will also support the development of. Canadian forest products producers are - of necessity - taking risks and experimenting with new accountability and public consultation models. The industry has rejected old confrontational models that led to historic battles such as the standoff in British Columbia's Clayoquot Sound in the early s.British Columbia’s forest products sector saw some notable swings in commodity prices in as disruption continued to impact the industry throughout the year.

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