FCC: Historical Records

2012 Forest Capital of Canada: The Province of British Columbia

The Province of British Columbia has been named “Forest Capital of Canada” for the year 2012 by the Canadian Forestry Association (CFA) in honour of the 100th anniversary of the BC Forest Service. Read more>

2010/11 Forest Capital of Canada: Cariboo Regional District BC

The designation of Cariboo Regional District as the 2010/11 Forest Capital of Canada marks the first time in almost 20 years that the honour has been awarded in British Columbia. Read more>

Update: The City of Williams Lake, BC and the Williams Lake Indian Band recently signed a community forest agreement with the Province of British Columbia, which aims to enhance economic opportunities and forest stewardship in Central Cariboo Region. Click here to read more about this.

 

Host Communities as of 1979

2008/09 – Norfolk County ON
2007 – Oakville ON
2006 – Gatineau QC
Centennial, First National Forest Congress and Bi-Centennial, SquaredTimber Rafting
2005/06 – Alberta’s Boreal
2004 – Town of Lac La Biche and Lakeland County AB
2002 & 2003 – Corner Brook NL
2001 – La Mauricie [Shawinigan] QC
2000 – Ontario’s Northwest [Thunder Bay] ON
1999 – Kenora, Keewatin and Jaffray-Melick ON
1998 – Swan Valley MB
1997 – Grande Prairie AB
1996 – Lunenburg County NS
1995 – Meadow Lake SK
1994 – Edmonton AB
1993 – Matapedia Valley QC
1992 – Chetwynd BC
1991 – Nackawic NB
1990 – Sault Ste Marie ON
1989 – La Sarre QC
1988 – Grand Falls NL
1987 – Queen’s County NS
1986 – City of Port Alberni BC
1985 – Prince Albert & District SK
1984 – The Ottawa Valley ON & QC
1983 – Smokey Lake District AB
1982 – County of Simcoe ON
1981 – Prince George BC
1980 – The Miramichi NB
1979 – Hudson Bay SK