Softwood lumber

Canada preparing legal counterattack to potential softwood duties

We’re not going to be able to prevent harm to industry, says top government lawyer.

Robert Brookfield and Martin Moen, two of the leads in the federal public service on the softwood lumber negotiations, brief the House Trade Committee last week. The Hill Times photograph by Peter Mazereeuw


PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016 12:00 AM

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