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Citing high log costs and weak lumber market conditions, Tolko Industries is reducing shifts at its Soda Creek and Armstrong mills in British Columbia. The operations at the two mills will move to a four-day work week and production will be reduced by 20%, the CBC reports. The announcements continue a pattern of production curtailments for Canadian lumber producers in 2019, particularly in British Columbia. Tolko has already permanently closed its Quest sawmill in BC and temporarily closed its Kelowna sawmill earlier in the year.

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