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        Respecting the knowledge of our First Nations partners

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        At TimberWest, we are committed to recognizing and respecting the rights of Indigenous Peoples. Our goal is to be considered a respectful, trustworthy neighbour and to foster business relationships with First Nations where opportunities exist and align with TimberWest’s values and operational capabilities in British Columbia.

        “We highly respect and value our relationships with First Nations across Vancouver Island and the BC Coast. Working together, we have found many opportunities to partner on matters of social, cultural, environmental and economic importance.”

        – Jeff Zweig, President and CEO of TimberWest.

        We have worked actively over many decades to build collaborative, respectful working relationships with many First Nation groups, and continually work to deepen and strengthen these connections.

        To demonstrate our commitment, we undertook the Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) certification process and are pleased to have been awarded Bronze level in our first year.

        The PAR certification crystallizes our commitment to pursuing highly constructive partnerships with First Nation communities. The PAR framework is consistent with our objective to achieve meaningful, enduring collaboration that facilitates First Nation cultural, environmental and economic participation in TimberWest activities. We hold ourselves to account through periodic third-party PAR audits.

        PAR is measured against the following four Key Drivers:
        · Leadership Actions,
        · Employment,
        · Business Development, and
        · Community Relationships.

        To learn more, please read our factsheet.

        We work with First Nation communities, woodlot owners, community forests and private landowners to get their logs to market and secure the best financial return they deserve for their logs. If you are interested in working with TimberWest please contact us at LogPurchase@TimberWest.com.

        Our Log Marketing & Sales team have a strong understanding of customer demands in international and domestic markets. We have customers in each of the major markets including BC, Japan, China, Korea and the US.

        All permitting and regulatory requirements are managed by our team of experts. And because we work closely with the end-user, we can manage the desired specifications to get the customer what they want, and to get you the highest economic return for your logs.

        We actively charter our own break bulk-log freighters which means transportation costs are cost competitive, resulting in a better return on your product.

        Contact us and we will work with you to develop a long-lasting business relationship that meets your needs.

        We provide the following services:


        • Managing all government application processes including road permits, cutting permits, Forest Tenure Agreement submissions
        • Managing phytosanitary concerns and other international market requirements
        • Ensuring all environmental certifications metrics are well managed


        • Access to our professional experts including Registered Professional Biologists, Registered Professional Foresters, Engineers, hydrologists, geotechnical specialist, environmental monitors, and archeologists
        • Field engineering and Timber Cruising to select the best logs for the best return
        • Managing Visual Impact Assessments, operational plans and GIS technical support


        • Use of strategically located dryland sorts and booming operations
        • Use of deep water ports for break-bulk or container based ocean frights
        • Cost competitive transportation options to secure product to global markets


        • Marketing expertise and advice on which markets are best suited for your product
        • Our team of Log Quality experts will assess the timber and value the logs
        • Regular reporting on production, financial return, accounting and management of stumpage
        • Legal support


        Keep current. Subscribe to the TimberWest blog.

        Head Office

        TimberWest Forest Corp.
        Suite 2000, 1055 W. Hastings St.
        Vancouver, BC
        Canada V6E 2E9
        Phone: (604) 654-4600
        Fax: (604) 654-4571

        Nanaimo Office

        TimberWest Forest Corp.
        201-648 Terminal Ave.
        Nanaimo, BC
        Canada V9R 5E2
        Phone: (250) 716-3700
        Fax: (250) 716-3763

        Campbell River Office

        TimberWest Forest Corp.
        4475 North Island Highway
        Campbell River, BC
        Canada V9W 5C5
        Phone: (250) 286-7300
        Fax: (250) 286-7315

        Public Affairs

        Pam Agnew
        Phone: (250) 716-3744

        Log Sales

        Rick Jaccard, Vice President
        Marketing & Sales
        Phone: (604) 654-4629

        Couverdon Real Estate

        Ross McKeever, Director
        Real Estate Development & Sales
        Phone: (250) 716-3750


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