Tourism and Forestry Industry Shake Hands

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Signing at the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre, Sault Ste. Marie, ON. Left to right: Gerard Morry, (Hornepayne Lumber), Betty McGie and Sean Coe (Remote-Based Tourism Outfitter), and Dan Bowes (Columbia Forest Products). Float planes were still grounded as ice persisted on the fly-in remote lakes, but the hand shakes were warm and genuine. Hornepayne Lumber,…

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