FPAC on Budget 2022: ‘We have an opportunity to do more together’ – Wood Business

Enviro & Legislation

Forest Products Association of Canada president and CEO, Derek Nighbor, released the following statement following the tabling of Federal Budget 2022 by Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland: “FPAC was pleased to see Minister Freeland signal the intent to do more to support Canadian workers and families in the face of rising concerns about economic insecurity, jobs,…

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