We know COVID-19 has brought lots of uncertainty to workers, families, communities and businesses. Find out more about what BC’s forest sector is doing to keep workers safe and how forest products are essential in these times of need.
We also want to do our small part to help students, parents and teachers. That’s why we’ve taken our Forest Education Program virtual – bringing forestry learning fun to living rooms and online classes.
Keeping forestry workers safe and healthy
Why forest products are essential
From flattening the curve to safe economic recovery
COFI's Forest Education Program goes virtual
Vancouver – Today, the BC Council of Forest Industries (COFI) announced its Forest Education Program is now available online, giving students, parents and teachers across British Columbia easy online access to fun and informative lessons and activities about the...
Vancouver – BC Council of Forest Industries (COFI) President and CEO Susan Yurkovich issued a statement today in response to the Government of British Columbia’s COVID-19 Action Plan. “The BC Council of Forest Industries applauds the provincial government for the...
For immediate release: March 11, 2020 Vancouver – In light of rapidly evolving developments and reports related to COVID-19, the BC Council of Forest Industries (COFI) has made the difficult decision to cancel its 2020 Convention in Prince George. “We are naturally...
When forest companies invest in B.C. & sell their products, they’re putting paychecks in people’s pockets, helping… t.co/0NpeeTJroB
Forest industry directly employs 50,000 across B.C., has big economic impact: Study t.co/HdfvRJXnkn
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