Inside the never-ending softwood lumber trade war between Canada and the U.S.


The Stine lumber store in Lake Charles, Louisiana, on Nov. 3, 2022.Brent Jang/The Globe and MailCanadian lumber companies have gained a foothold in the United States during a trade battle that has defied repeated attempts at a long-lasting resolution.Canadian-owned sawmills south of the border now account for 22 per cent of lumber capacity across the…

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