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    Louisiana-Pacific Canada Ltd.

    Founded in 1973 and headquartered in Portland, Oregon, Louisiana-Pacific Corporation (LP) is a leading manufacturer of building materials in North America, with facilities throughout the United States, Canada, and in Chile. LP has more than 40 manufacturing facilities in North America.

    LP's trademark is our superior ability to provide a wide variety of cost-competitive commodity and value-added specialty building products to our retail, wholesale, homebuilding, and industrial customers.

    As one of the North America's largest suppliers of building products, LP is committed to providing high-quality products and ideas, and the highest level of service for our customers.
    Louisiana-Pacific Canada Ltd. is the Canadian arm of Louisiana-Pacific Corporation. Canadian facilities are located in Nova Scotia, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, and British Columbia.

    LP holds two Forest Licences in the Fort St John TSA. The timber from these licences is expected to supply a joint venture oriented strand board (OSB) plant with Slocan Forest Products Ltd. (Slocan-LP OSB Corp.) planned for Fort St. John and a veneer plant in Dawson Creek.

    The Sustainable Forestry Initiative is a strategic priority for LP. Innovation, adaptation and continual improvement of forest management practices on all forested lands are key components to sustainable forest management. The Fort St. John Results Based Pilot Project provides unique opportunities and unique challenges in leading the forest industry in BC into a new era of forest management. Data sharing, joint planning efforts, innovative silviculture activities, innovative management of mixedwood forests and a landscape level approach to forest management will help address the sustainable management of timber and other forest resources.

    LPs tenures within the pilot project are managed by the Slocan-LP OSB Corp.

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