B.C. forest industry grapples with attracting workers amid regulatory overhaul, image problem | CBC News

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“It kind of gets in your blood,” is how long-time forestry worker and now union boss Jeff Bromley describes the pull of B.C.’s forest industry for generations of families who have followed each other into jobs at local mills or at harvesting sites across the province.Bromley is a chairperson with the United Steelworkers, which represents…

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