KUNIN: It’s time B.C. pushed hard to diversify its economy, improved its infrastructure, and looked for new and stable markets for its lumber products
MCGARVEY: At the heart of almost every trade dispute between our countries is the wildly-fluctuating value of Canada’s dollar
CHRISTENSEN: Victory in the latest softwood lumber battle will only be secured if Canada uses all of the weapons in its arsenal
MCGARVEY: At the heart of Canada-U.S. trade problems is the wildly fluctuating Canadian dollar
KUNIN: Strong demand and reduced supply is pushing up the price of lumber
KUNIN: Exports, tourism will boom because of the low Canadian dollar.
KUNIN: The low loonie won’t make renewing the Softwood Lumber Agreement with the US any easier.