Canada Wood is a joint initiative between the Canadian government and timber industry association partners representing producers in Canada, serving as a link to approximately 10% of the world’s forest area and to Canada’s wealth of timber and wood products.


European Timber Regulation as it relates to timber harvested in Canada

Also referred to as the European Illegal Timber Regulation (EUITR), fully implemented from 3 March 2013. For the benefit of operators importing timber and wood-based products from Canada you will find in these few pages information to assist you in complying, relatively simply, with your due diligence requirements. More Information

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Two days of the latest research from the UK Timber industry and trade community

The programme contains an excellent selection of high-quality presentations, from expert researchers, educators and companies. Conference delegates will be provided with visual and written resources before the event, allowing them to view some content ahead of time and thus get the maximum benefit from participation in the interactive features of the online event on the day. Click here to learn more about the event.

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Environmental Product Declarations

The North American wood products industry has developed several industry-wide EPDs, applicable to all the wood product manufacturers located across North America. These EPDs have obtained third-party verification from the Underwriters Laboratories Environment (ULE), an independent certification body.  You will find the details here

Canada Wood UK News/Media

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Vancouver goes for 12-storey

Mass Timber Construction up to 12 Stories Approved by Vancouver B.C. City Council Although […]


Canada Wood demystifies the European Timber Regulation

The EUTR prohibits the placing of ‘illegally harvested’ timber and products derived from such […]

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