Report of the Main Advisory Group to Sierra Club of Canada and Corner Brook Pulp and Paper Company

Publication Date: 
September 8, 2003
Recommendations in a recently released industry-SCC report represent a significant step forward towards resolving conflicts between logging and wilderness preservation in a watershed of about 1,000 km2 on the Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland. This is an area of old-growth boreal forest that is ecologically significant, important for wilderness recreation and a source of fiber for Corner Brook Pulp and Paper’s newsprint mill in nearby Corner Brook

Tenure Reform and Community Forests

Publication Date: 
January 8, 2004
This pamphlet explores the role that the tenure system has played in Canada’s forest management practices, and the potential of community forests to improve the equitable sharing of forest resources, Aboriginal rights to land, and the ability to utilize forests while maintaining the forest’s ecological structure, function and composition.