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Publications

The Canadian Wood Council and Wood WORKS! produce and distribute a number of publications.

Free publications are available for download as well as publications for purchase at our Webstore.

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Wood WORKS! Quarterly Journal

Wood WORKS! Quarterly JournalThis bilingual, colorful 8-page insert is located in each Wood Design & Building magazine. Check out our Wood WORKS! magazine insert – a one-stop-shop for information about our program and the services we offer, as well as a great display of innovative wood buildings.

View the insert:

Fall 2012
English – Fostering a wood culture

French – favorisant une culture de bois

Winter 2012
English-innovation

French – l’innovation

 Spring 2013
English – inspiring wood champions

French – les champions inspirants du bois

 Summer  2013
English – health and wellness

French – la santé et le bien-être

Fall 2013
English – educational buildings

French – bâtiments scolaires

Winter 2013
English – arenas

French – arénas

Spring 2014
English – wood champions

French – les champions du bois

Summer 2014
English – Recreation centers

French – les centres de loisirs

Fall 2014
English – low-rise commercial

French – immeubles commerciaux de faible hauteur

Winter 2014
English – Educational facilities

French – établissements d’enseignement

Summer 2015
English – Long-term care facilities

French – Les établissements de soins de longue durée

Fall 2015
English – Libraries

French – Les bibliothèques

Winter 2015
English – Offices

French – Les bureaux

 Spring/Summer 2016
English – First Nations

French – Les premières nations

 Fall 2016
English – Arts & Interpretive Centers

French – Les centres d’art et d’interprétation

 Winter 2016/17
English – Municipal Buildings
French – Bâtiments Municipaux
 Spring/Summer 2017
English – Mass Timber

French – le bois massif

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