A fireplace left at the site where Canadian and Portuguese foresters camped out during the first World War is now a memorial to the wartime lumberjacks.
During the beginning of World War I, Canada supplied timber for the Allies in Britain. But by 1916, its logging industry was unable to keep up with the increasing demands. Britain had a problem: it needed to start using its own trees, but all the local foresters were fighting in the war.
Canada's timber industry is on the rebound, but don't be fooled into thinking that that means the forests are doing well. The post Canada’s Timber Industry May Be Rebounding, But For How Long? appeared first on ThinkProgress.
If you haven’t tired yet of the blackened timber trend, feast your eyes on this modern retreat that’s backed up on a forested hillside in Quebec, Canada. Montreal-based studio Atelier General designed The Rock, a boxy timber home th...
Aging veterans were among those watching as dozens of fighter planes and bombers from World War II buzzed over Washington on the 70th anniversary of the Allied victory in Europe.
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