Category Archives: Investor Relations

B.C. Tall Trees Help Restore Japan’s Tall Ship

The reconstructed Spanish ship, San Juan Batista, was restored with masts supplied from WFP after the ship was damaged by the 2011 tsunami off of Japan’s east coast.  Read more…  

Industry Welcomes Conservation & Logging Agreement in the Great Bear Rainforest

Collaboration delivers certainty for forests, communities & jobs, say companies. Today’s announcement of the Great Bear Rainforest Land Use Order by the Government of BC and First Nations is being applauded by five BC forest product companies as a unique …

Loon Lake Upgrade Project Nearly Complete

A dozen-year multi-million-dollar capital upgrade is mostly complete at the Loon Lake Lodge and Retreat Centre, setting it up for the next half century. The latest project was the completion of the new Bentley Family Hall, a 160-seat dining room …

Les Leyne: ’Namgis logging deal seen as triple win

A new angle was introduced Friday in one of the many stalled treaty negotiations with B.C. First Nations. It funds logging operations on proposed settlement lands even before a treaty is signed. Read more…

Innovative agreement delivers benefits and forestry jobs

‘Namgis First Nation will see benefits from proposed treaty lands early, thanks to an innovative agreement that supports both reconciliation with ‘Namgis and forestry operations on northern Vancouver Island. Read more…

2015 BC Aboriginal Business Awards Announced

Quatern Limited Partnership, a logging company owned by Quatsino First Nation and WFP, will receive the 2015 BC Aboriginal Business ‘Joint Venture Business of the Year’ Award from the BC Achievement Foundation. Read more…

Two University of Victoria students design tree-planting robots

WFP donates seedlings to two University of Victoria students to use for their tree-planting robot invention. Read more…

Totem Poles Add Welcoming Spirit to Saanich Peninsula Hospital

WFP donated cedar logs that were carved into totem poles for the Saanich Peninsula Hospital to welcome First Nation patients. Read more…

Totem poles revealed at Gathering Place

WFP donates Western Red Cedar logs to Vancouver Island University that were harvested in Nuu-chah-nulth territory. The logs were carved into totem poles to represent the First Nations language groups on the Island. Read more…

Proposed deal to preserve large swaths of B.C.’s Great Bear Rainforest

WFP is one of the forest industry companies that established the terms of the GBR agreement in collaboration with government, First Nations and environmental groups. Read more…