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Forestry operations

Jan 21, 2020 ...Forestry operations You can deduct expenses for buying and using a power saw (including a chain saw or tree trimmer) if you meet all of the following conditions: You work in forestry operations. You use a power saw to earn your employment income. You had to pay for the power saw under your contract of employment and your employer will not be reimbursing you

Exporting forestry products - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Dec 11, 2019 ...Exporting forestry products Canadian Heat Treatment Wood Products Certification Program (HT program) Exporting cedar forest products to the European Union Facilities approved for the export of ash lumber to the European Union Phytosanitary certification requirements for the export of untreated Canadian conifer logs to China Additional information Plant

Forestry - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Dec 17, 2019 ...Forestry Most requested information Asian Longhorned Beetle Emerald Ash Borer Highlights Don't Move Firewood Importing plants and plant products: what you need to know The CFIA develops forestry policies relating to the import and export of Canadian forestry products and preventing the introduction and spread of regulated pests into Canada. What information

Forestry research centres | Natural Resources Canada

Feb 14, 2020 ...Forestry research centres The Canadian Forest Service (CFS) conducts regional and national forest research activities at various locations across Canada in state-of-the-art facilities. Atlantic Forestry Centre (AFC) Home to a renowned insect chemical ecology lab for insects affecting Canada’s forests. Co-located in Fredericton, NB and Corner Brook, NL

Employees with power saws or tree trimmers

Jan 29, 2020 ...Employees with power saws or tree trimmers If you are an employer in the forestry business, you may have employees who, according to their contracts, have to use their own power saws or tree trimmers at their own expense. If a worker is an employee, the earnings from the employment contract are considered employment income and must have CPP, EI, and income

Remote sensing in forestry | Natural Resources Canada

Jan 29, 2020 ...Remote sensing in forestry Related resources Remote sensing (Earth Sciences) National Forest Inventory (NFI) Research projects Related topics Aerial LiDAR Deforestation FireMARS Fire monitoring, mapping, and modeling (CWFIS) Inventory Mountain pine beetle Terrestrial LiDAR Featured article A best practices guide for generating forest inventory attributes

Hunting, trapping, forestry, logging, lumbering or similar workers

Jan 31, 2020 ...Hunting, trapping, forestry, logging, lumbering or similar workers If you employ a person in hunting, trapping, forestry, logging, lumbering, or other similar activity, you may have to make deductions from the remuneration you pay to that person. CPP contributions Do not deduct CPP contributions when you meet one of the following conditions: you pay

Opportunities and Benefits of CETA for Canada’s Forestry Sector

Jan 13, 2020 ...Opportunities and Benefits of CETA for Canada’s Forestry Sector PDF Version (618 KB) Why export to the EU? Significant market: The world’s third largest importer of forest products – $47 billion in 2018. The EU accounted for 14% of global forest product imports in 2016. Canada’s advantage includes areas where EU demand is strong. Key exports from Canada

Forests and forestry | Natural Resources Canada

Dec 4, 2019 ...Forests and forestry Canada is rich in forest resources. Science-based management practices can help sustain these resources. Forest industry and trade Find current lumber prices and other economic data about Canada's forest industry, plus information about how the industry is transforming. Wildland fires, insects, and disturbances Learn how natural

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