Timber mills in British Columbia say that can't find enough rail cars to carry their lumber to the U.S., today's Vancouver Sun newspaper reports. Some have turned to trucks, but they're also in such short supply that "If you had a pickup truck, we would use it," a vice president at Canfor said. The report from Canada's westernmost province comes a few weeks after mills in Ontario and Quebec reported similar rail car shortages. The problem is expected to linger into 2013 "and beyond," the Canfor executive said. Higher prices for lumber in the U.S. are one likely outcome.