Ted Clarke

Robots the wave of a digitized forest industry future

Virtual machine operators can utilize 5G connections to remotely harvest forests

Blackwater Gold making progress on mine near Prince George

Construction camp expanded to accommodate up to 420 workers; recruitment efforts focused on hiring heavy equipment operators

Province slashes Mackenzie timber harvest

Chief forester drops annual allowable cut from 4.5 million to 2.39 million cubic metres

B.C. announces $38M aerial mapping project for resources sector

Entire province will be eventually be surveyed using Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) technology

Ongoing instability keeping Canadians in 'permacrisis,' expert says

'(From) a consumer public perspective this is  a really difficult period to live in, which means we have higher volatility and unpredictability in how people are going to react to issues from day to...

Opportunity for First Nations, northern communities to partner on forestry: regional chief

B.C. Assembly of First Nations regional chief Terry Teegee foresees more partnerships between First Nations and small communities to keep forest industry healthy.

B.C. Council of Forest Industries convention returns to Prince George

Premier David Eby to address delegates Thursday morning at PG Civic and Conference Centre

'We are not running out of trees,' says industry expert as B.C. forestry faces hardships

'We have lots of forest, it’s just the forest we’re operating in for timber harvesting has become a lot less,' forestry expert David Elstone says

Blackwater Gold mine processing plant construction underway in B.C.

Gold mine southwest of Prince George expected to produce 381,000 ounces of gold annually

PG Pulp layoffs won't take effect at least until end of April

The union representing more than 200 workers facing unemployment after Canfor announced its plan to permanently shut down the pulp line at Prince George Pulp Mill still doesn’t know how many...