Lance Tapley POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 16, 2015 Editor’s note: This is the second story in a three-part series investigating the Irving corporate presence in Maine and New Brunswick and its implications for the state’s future. SAINT JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK — If … Continue reading New Brunswick, the Irving company’s province – Pine Tree Watch
You should NEVER think that there is nothing you can do to effect change – on any issue. The biggest thing we can do is spread this information around. Get out there yourself and see what is going on. Once … Continue reading FORESTRY – ARCHIVE 2015: Rod Cumberland speaks out about the negative impacts of New Brunswick’s forest management.
J.D. Irving fined $60,000, pleads guilty to destroying heron nests. Originally published Monday, 9:48 PM 2008 AT CBC News (Original deleted at CBC) Forestry giant J.D. Irving Ltd. was fined $60,000 after pleading guilty Monday to destroying a blue heron habitat … Continue reading LOOKING BACK 10 YEARS: Irving Fined for Destroying Heron Nests
Irving lost Maine mining battle, but history says Canadian corporate giant will not give up Lance Tapley – www.pinetreewatchdog.org. POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 16, 2015 Editor’s note: This is the first story in a three-part series investigating the Irving corporate presence in Maine and … Continue reading MINING: Irving lost the Maine mining battle, but history says the Canadian corporate giant will not give up
The battle between forestry interests in Canada and the United States just never seems to end and generally the issue is about real or perceived subsidies given to Canadian companies, particularly the forestry giant JD Irving, Limited (JDI). With major … Continue reading FORESTRY: Facts about Irving subsidies and the tariff battle between Canada and the US
During the 60’s and 70’s, woodlot owners fought hard for the establishment of marketing boards, realizing that without them, they had no hope of being paid a fair dollar for their wood, since the large forestry companies had all the … Continue reading FORESTRY: Private Woodlot Owners: Speaking out in New Brunswick. Maine owners should not hesitate.