Company sets plan for a sawmill in Terrace, BC

A Northwest forest company is on the verge of building a $40 million mill here to cut specialty-sized wood and to make pellets with what’s left over.

Coast Tsimshian Resources, the company owned by the Lax Kw’alaams First Nation of Port Simpson, would build the facility on 20 acres of the company-owned Poirier log yard on the western end of Keith Ave.

Company general manager Wayne Drury said the plan represents Coast Tsimshian’s desire to move away from whole log exports.


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