New Brunswick forest companies using publicly owned trees to face higher charges | CBC News

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For the first time in nearly seven years, the New Brunswick government says it is preparing to increase what it charges forestry companies for their use of publicly owned trees. Details are scarce, including the size of the increase being considered. But in an interview Monday, Mike Holland, the minister of natural resources and energy…

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