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April 25, 2017 11:26 am

“We are not going to be rattled”- says Head of BC Lumber Trade Council

Prince George, B.C.- “This long standing fight needs to end”  those are the words of Susan Yurkovich, President of the BC Lumber Trade Council in reaction  to the  countervailing duties levelled  against  Canadian lumber exports to the U.S.

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