CEO Don Kayne’s Blog
  • Do More with Canfor

    by Tracey Arnish | Jan 12, 2016
    The kick off to any New Year is a common time for people to zone in on their personal compass and recalibrate in the form of resolutions and improving one’s habits. This often includes taking a closer look at one’s career and considering if what they are doing today aligns with their personal passions and career aspirations. For the upcoming graduating class, this is also a time to consider the focus of their next chapter and possibly their post-secondary studies.
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  • Year in Review

    by Don Kayne | Dec 16, 2015
    With 2015 about to come to a close, it is not only a time to prepare for the year ahead but also an opportune time to reflect on the past year.
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  • A Time for Traditions and Supporting those in Greatest Need

    by Don Kayne | Dec 09, 2015
    It’s the time of year when many of us look forward to gathering with friends and family and celebrating the many traditions that come hand-in-hand with the close-out of the year.
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  • Canfor’s 2015 United Way Campaign a Success

    by Don Kayne | Nov 26, 2015
    Results are in for Canfor’s 2015 United Way Campaign, a fundraising initiative that is a long and proud tradition at Canfor.
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  • Welcome Aboard to Canfor’s Ice Breaker

    by Don Kayne | Nov 16, 2015
    What cuts through four feet of ice while carrying the equivalent of 91 truckloads of logs? Canfor’s ice-breaking log-carrying vessel – the MV Williston Transporter, which begins operating today.
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  • Chetwynd Division Wins NAOSH Award

    by Don Kayne | Oct 23, 2015
    Congratulations to our Chetwynd division for winning the BC New Entry North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Award.
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  • UBC Sets Precedent for Tall Wood Buildings

    by Wayne Guthrie | Oct 14, 2015
    Earlier this month, UBC made an exciting announcement that construction will begin on one of the tallest wood buildings in the world. When completed the 18-story building will stand 53 metres tall (about 174 feet) and will provide housing for hundreds of students.
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  • SLB Advances Entire Softwood Lumber Industry

    by Don Kayne | Oct 08, 2015
    Since its creation in 2011, the Softwood Lumber Board (SLB) has made an unprecedented impact on the softwood lumber industry through its work to promote the benefits and uses of softwood lumber products.
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  • Now Available: Executive Summary of 2014 Sustainability Report

    by Don Kayne | Oct 05, 2015
    Sustainability: it’s part of everything we do. From planning woodlands operations to delivering products to customers around the world.
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  • Supporting BC Families Impacted by Autism

    by Don Kayne | Oct 02, 2015
    Canfor has always placed great value on charitable contributions that have a lasting impact and benefit as many BC communities as possible. With our recent donation of $50,000 worth of lumber to the Pacific Autism Family Centre Foundation (PAFC), we are helping PAFC provide much-needed support to families across B.C. who are impacted by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
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Contact Don about his blog at CEOblog@canfor.com