Canada’s Forest Sector Key to Tackling Housing Crisis While Bolstering Climate Resiliency

Canadians are facing a housing dilemma. We must build 5.8 million affordable homes by 2030, triple our current building capacity. And while party leaders and voters across the political spectrum agree on the importance of this issue – an effective solution that can be swiftly implemented at scale and in a way that furthers Canada’s climate resiliency has yet to materialize.

Or perhaps, it has.

CLICK HERE to read the complete article by Derek Nighbor, President and CEO of the Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC), and Rick Jeffery, President and CEO of the Canadian Wood Council (CWC).