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Tolko Industries Ltd. is a privately owned Canadian forest products company based in Vernon, British Columbia.wikipedia
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Okanagan Indian Band

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Tolko's access to the Browns Creek watershed has been subject to a blockade by the Okanagan Indian Band since February 22, 2010.
On February 22, 2010 the Okanagan Indian Band began blockading Tolko Industries Ltd.'s access to the Browns Creek watershed to protest logging.

Forest Products Association of Canada

Tolko Industries Ltd. is a member of the Forest Products Association of Canada.
FPAC member companies are: AbitibiBowater, Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. (Al-Pac), Canfor, Canfor Pulp Limited Partnership, Cariboo Pulp and Paper Company, Cascades Inc., Catalyst Paper Corporation, FF Soucy, Howe Sound Pulp and Paper Mill, NewPage Corporation, Kruger Inc., Louisiana-Pacific Canada Ltd., Mercer, Mill & Timber Products Ltd., Papier Masson, SFK Pulp, Tembec Enterprises Inc. Tolko Industries Ltd., UPM-Kymmene Miramichi Inc., West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd., Weyerhaeuser Company Limited.

Forest product

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Tolko Industries Ltd. is a privately owned Canadian forest products company based in Vernon, British Columbia.

Vernon, British Columbia

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Tolko Industries Ltd. is a privately owned Canadian forest products company based in Vernon, British Columbia.

Lumber

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Tolko's products include lumber, plywood, veneer and oriented strand board.

Plywood

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Tolko's products include lumber, plywood, veneer and oriented strand board.

Wood veneer

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Tolko's products include lumber, plywood, veneer and oriented strand board.

Oriented strand board

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Tolko's products include lumber, plywood, veneer and oriented strand board.

Sustainable forest management

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The Company's Woodlands operations in British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan have received third-party certification of their sustainable forest management systems.

Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs

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The blockade is supported by the Union of BC Indian Chiefs.

Lumby, British Columbia

Lumby
Some of Lumby's prominent employers include: Tolko Industries, Rouck Brothers Sawmill, Super A Grocery, Irly Building Centres, Mac's Convenience Stores, Fields, Lumby Hotel and Blue Ox Pub.

Hudson Bay Railway (1997)

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Major customers for HBRY include HudBay Minerals, Tolko, Vale, Gardwine North, Stittco Energy, Farmers of North America, and formerly, the Canadian Wheat Board.

High Prairie

One of its main employers was the Tolko OSB Mill that was built in 1995 however the plant was closed in February, 2007, putting more than a 100 employees out of work.

Daishowa-Marubeni International Ltd v Canada

High Level was sold later in 1999 to Tolko Industries Ltd., and Brewster in 2000 to Seehta Forest Products.

Pacific Northwest

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Forestry (Weyerhaeuser, Canfor, Tolko, Boise Cascade, The Teal-Jones Group, Humboldt and Mendocino Redwood Companies, Green Diamond Resource Company)

Mathias Colomb First Nation

Mathias Colomb Cree Nation
HudBay Minerals and Tolko are two of the major customers for HBRY.

Wood industry

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