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EASTERN ONTARIO MODEL FOREST

FORÊT MODÈLE DE L'EST DE L'ONTARIO

INFORMATION REPORT NO. 100

Eastern Ontario Wood Flow & Wood Supply Study

Prepared by Martha Copestake, Forester Eastern Ontario Model Forest

Prepared for Eastern Ontario Model Forest P.O. Bag 2111, Kemptville Ontario K0G 1J0

September 2005 " forests for seven generations" ISBN 1-897262-00-0


Acknowledgements I would like to thank those involved in making this project possible. The funding for this project was made possible through the Youth Internship Program of the Eastern Ontario Development Fund (EODF) which is a part of the Grenville Community Futures Development Coporation. I would like to thank the EODF and more specifically Teri Devine, Project Coordinator with the EODF, for her help with internship logistics. The Eastern Ontario Model Forest hosted the internship that has made this project possible. Thank you to the EOMF staff for support throughout this internship. Most importantly I would like to thank the project Technical Committee; Brian Barkley, Ian Manson, and Tom Richardson for their guidance, support, and expertise.

Martha Copestake Forester Eastern Ontario Model Forest September, 2005

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Table of Contents Objective ………………………………………………………………………..... 1 Study Region ……………………………………………………………………... 2 Methodology Data Sources ……………………………………………………………… 2 Data Organization ………………………………………………………… 4 Data Manipulation ………………………………………………………... 6 Results …………………………………………………………………………….. 9 Limitations ……………………………………………………………………….... 21 Appendix One: Relevant Maps …………………………………………………… 22 Appendix Two: Forest Resource Processing Facilities (Mills) in Ontario ……….. 27 Appendix Three: OMNR Conversion Factors for Wood Products ………………. 44

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List of Tables Table 1:

Defining the Regions of Ontario …………………………………. 2

Table 2:

Wood Product Categories Used in Study ………………………… 5

Table 3:

Category Breakdown for Primary Products (B) ………………….. 5

Table 4:

Category Breakdown for Value Added Products (C) …………….. 6

Table 5:

Paths created to summarize the Flow of Wood Products through Ontario ………………………………………………….. 9

Table 6:

Raw Material Inputs to Mills in Southern Ontario by OMNR District for 2002/03 ……………………………………………… 10

Table 7:

Mill Type Distribution by OMNR District (2002-2003) ………... 11

Table 8:

Primary Product Totals by OMNR District and Product ………… 13

Table 9:

Eastern Ontario Summary by Product Type for Sales, Employment Levels, and Distribution for Value Added Wood Manufacturers ……………………………………………………. 15

Table 10:

Ontario Regional Summary of the Value Added Industry by Employment Level, Distribution, and Sales ………………….. 15

Table 11:

Summary of Ontario Wood Commodity Flow by Highway Corridor ………………………………………………………….. 18

Table 12:

Summary of Wood Flow on Relevant Highways and through Eastern Ontario by Value and Weight …………………………… 18

Table 13:

Percentages of Total Ontario Wood Flow for Relevant Highways and through Eastern Ontario …………………………. 19

Table 14:

Total Flow of Wood Products through Ontario, by Value and Weight, over various paths ………………………………….. 19

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List of Figures Figure 1:

Raw Material Inputs to Mills in Southern Ontario by OMNR District (2002-2003) ……………………………………… 10

Figure 2:

Mill Type Distribution by OMNR District (2002-2003) …………. 12

Figure 3:

Southern Ontario Mill Outputs for Primary Products by Product Type & OMNR District (2002-2003) ……………………. 14

Figure 4:

Mill By-Product Output in Southern Ontario by OMNR District ……………………………………………………. 14

Figure 5:

Total Sales for Value Added Wood Manufacturers in Ontario …………………………………………………………….. 16

Figure 6:

Employment Levels for Value Added Wood Manufacturers in Eastern Ontario …………………………………………………. 16

Figure 7:

Distribution of Value Added Wood Manufacturers in Eastern Ontario by Product Type ………………………………..17

Figure 8:

Value of Wood Products Flowing through Ontario on various paths from MTO's CVS …………………………............... 20

Figure 9:

Weight of Wood Products Flowing through Ontario on various paths from MTO's CVS …………………………………... 20

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OBJECTIVE The overall objective of this study is to identify the flow of wood and value added wood products through eastern Ontario. The main goal is to paint a picture of how much wood is flowing in and out of eastern Ontario and in what product form that wood is flowing. The strategy for this study was to analyze and amalgamate the relevant information from various different data sources in order to produce a working data set that will accurately illustrate wood flow and wood product supply throughout Eastern Ontario. The data set is organized in such a way that the information can be presented at various different scales with respect to region and product type. The data compiled through this study is useful on various different levels. For example, it can be used; • • • •

By municipalities in eastern Ontario investigating new opportunities for economic development in the wood products and/or wood by-products sector. By industries looking to develop new technologies in eastern Ontario related to wood products. By investors looking to enhance wood production and particularly value added wood production in eastern Ontario. As values for the Economic indicators within the Eastern Ontario State of the Forest Report.

This report outlines the Methodology and Results of the Eastern Ontario Wood Flow and Wood Supply Study. The Project Data CD, containing all relevant data and summaries, can be found at the back of this report1.

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If you are accessing this report in PDF format from the web, the Project Data CD folder is available through the EOMF’s Information Kiosk at http://kiosk.eomf.on.ca. To access the file; enter “Wood Flow” as the Keyword, select “Data” as your information type, and hit Search. The number of results will appear, click on the “Data” link to view the results. On the results page, right click on “Get the File” and then “save target as…” and navigate to where you want to save it.

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STUDY REGION The study region is Eastern Ontario; therefore the data was organized on a regional scale within Ontario with a focus on Eastern Ontario. Table 1 outlines the definitions of the regions of Ontario used for the purpose of this study. Please refer to Appendix 1 for a series of maps outlining these regions. Table 1: Defining the Regions of Ontario Region of Ontario Southern Ontario Eastern Ontario Northern Ontario

Southwestern Ontario South Central Ontario

OMNR Districts Aylmer, Cambridge, Aurora, Midhurst, Bancroft, Parry Sound, Peterborough, Pembroke, Algonquin Park, and Kemptville Kemptville, Pembroke, Bancroft, and Peterborough North Bay, Sudbury, Sault Ste. Marie, Chapleau, Timmins, Kirkland Lake, Wawa, Hearst, Cochrane, Nipigon, Thunder Bay, Fort Frances, Dryden, Kenora, Red Lake, and Sioux Lookout Aylmer, the west portion of the Midhurst District, and the west portion of the Cambridge District Aurora, the eastern portion of the Midhurst District, and the southeastern portion of the Cambridge District

Canada Post Region Eastern, Southwestern, and Central Ontario Eastern Ontario

Postal Codes begin with: K, L, M, and N

Northern Ontario

P

Southwestern Ontario

N

Central Ontario

L and M

K

METHODOLOGY Data Sources The existing partnership between the EOMF and the OMNR allowed access to several relevant information sources. These sources include: OMNR’s Mill Returns, a Value Added Wood Distribution Study done by the OMNR, and Commercial Vehicle Surveys for Wood Commodities from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO). These three main data sources are described as follows: 1. OMNR Mill Returns – Under the Crown Forest Sustainability Act (CFSA) all Ontario mills consuming more than 1,000 cubic meters of timber must register with the OMNR to obtain a facility license. Licensed mills must complete mandatory annual mill returns outlining wood consumption and production in order to maintain their license. The information from the mill returns is used by the OMNR to track provincial wood flow. This is the only 2


comprehensive source of information on wood consumption in the province. As well, it is the only tracking mechanism for by-product flow. For the purpose of this study, access was granted to the 2002/2003 mill return data for southern Ontario by OMNR District. The data provided by the mill returns is as follows: • Raw Material Inputs to Southern Ontario Mills by OMNR District, • Mill Type Distribution in Southern Ontario by OMNR District, and • Southern Ontario Mill Outputs for Primary Products by Product Type & OMNR District. 2. OMNR Value Added Wood Distribution Study – The purpose of the OMNR’s Value Added Wood Distribution Study was to determine the share of Ontario wood used in Ontario’s value added wood industry and to identify barriers to using Ontario wood within value added industries. This study was completed by the OMNR with a co-op student from the University of Guelph from September to December 2004. The Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) business database was used to obtain 1,700 contacts within 8 different North American Industry Classification (NAICS) codes representing the Ontario value added wood industry in 2004. The relevant business classification codes are as follows; engineered wood products, windows/doors, other millwork, pallets/crates, miscellaneous wood, cabinets, furniture, and prefabricated housing. The D&B business database is a compendium of business information organized by business type that gives relevant marketing information, business history as well as operational and financial data. The research study involved a mail out / fax back survey to the 1,700 value added wood producers. The survey covered information such as; products produced, product distribution, types of wood used (species), wood materials purchased, wood suppliers, use of Ontario wood, image of Ontario wood, operational residues, and purchasing criteria. The OMNR provided the results of the survey as well as the contact list from the D&B database. The D&B database information proved instrumental, as it provided the following information: • Total Sales for Value Added Wood Manufacturers in Ontario • Employment Levels for Value Added Wood Manufacturing in Ontario • Distribution of Value Added Wood Manufacturers in Ontario by Product Type It should be noted that because the database has postal codes associated with each business, it was possible to organize the province wide information by geographic regions of Ontario as well (Eastern, Northern, South Western, and South Central Ontario) 3. MTO Commercial Vehicle Surveys – The Commercial Vehicle Surveys (CVS), which measure inter-city trucking activities at truck inspection stations on all major highways across Ontario, allow the MTO to monitor the flow of all commodities traveling throughout Ontario. Rob Tardif, a Senior Planner with the Transportation Planning Branch of the MTO, provided access to a data set based on the MTO’s 1999 to 2001 CVS calibrated to 2002 truck volumes. The data set outlines all trucking activities in Ontario responsible for the transportation of wood

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commodities. “Wood commodity” refers to all trucks transporting goods with SCTG2 Commodity Codes 25 and 26; ‘Logs’ and ‘Wood Products’ respectively. The wood commodity specific information was intercepted from 46,000 CVS conducted from June to November, with the majority of the surveys taking place between 1999 and 2000. From a sampling perspective, Tardif has indicated that a statistically representative sample frame was developed and applied across the province with a robust sampling based on truck volumes and travel patterns of inter-city trips. The CVS gives information regarding; trip origin, trip destination, commodity type, weight & value, highways used, vehicle base, driver base, license plate jurisdiction, and border crossings. This information was provided on a highway basis (for highways 401, 417/17, 28, 7, 69, 400, and Thunder Bay & West) and amalgamated to a Provincial basis. The MTO information provides the flow of wood products in, out, and around Ontario for 6 months of the year 2002 by commodity type, weight, and value. The data was manipulated to provide the following annual data: • The Flow of Wood Products by Product Type through Ontario over Various Paths • Value & Weight of Wood Products Flowing on each Major Highway • Value & Weight of Wood Products Flowing through Eastern Ontario on both the 401 and 417/17 Corridors. Data Organization The data sources provided supply and flow information for many different wood product types. To simplify the data, the wood product types were divided into three broad categories. Within these broad categories, the products were further divided into several sub-categories. Product Codes were assigned to each product category. Table 2 shows the wood product categories. The broad categories are termed A, B, & C, and the subcategories are termed B1 through B8 and C1 through C6. Tables 3 and 4 show the category breakdown for Primary Products and Value Added Products respectively. It should be noted that these broad and finer categories were developed so that the data can be presented on as broad or fine a scale as is required; wood products down to fine product type such as cabinetry. As well, from a regional perspective, the data can also be amalgamated to represent as broad or fine a scale as is required; provincial level down to OMNR district level.

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SCTG is the ‘Standard Classification of Transported Goods’. The MTO’s Commercial Vehicle Survey Data Dictionary can be found within the MTO section of the Project Data CD.

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Table 2: Wood Product Categories Used in Study Product Code

Product

A B B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 C C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6

Raw Material Primary Products Lumber Slabs Fuelwood Railroad Ties / Posts Veneer By-Products Composite Pulp & Paper Value Added Products Millwork Crates& Pallets Cabinetry Buildings Wood Furniture Other Mfr. Wood

Table 3: Category Breakdown for Primary Products (B) Code

Category

Included Products

B1 B2 B3 B4

Lumber Slabs Fuelwood Railroad Ties / Posts

B5

Veneer

B6

By-Products

B7

Composite

B8

Pulp & Paper

Lumber Slabs Fuelwood Railroad Ties Posts Veneer Laminated Products Agricultural Products Hog Fuel Sawdust Shavings Bark Sawmill Chips Landscape Products Particle Board Medium Density Fibreboard Newsprint Fine Paper Other Pulp Recycled Pulp Other Paperboard

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Table 4: Category Breakdown for Value Added Products (C) Code

Category

Included Products

C1

Millwork

C2

Crates & Pallets

C3

Cabinetry

C4 C5 C6

Buildings Wood Furniture Other Mfr. Wood

Planing Mills Millwork Interior Woodwork Wood Moldings Windows Doors Stairs Flooring Crates Pallets Counters Cabinets Shelving Household Wooden Buildings Wood Furniture Other Mfr Wood

Data Manipulation Each source of data was handled differently because of the nature of each data set. This section will outline, by data source, how the data was received and it describes the steps taken to manipulate the data into a workable form in order to illustrate wood flow and wood supply for Eastern Ontario. In the next section the relevant data will be presented. The attached Project Data CD contains all of the original data organized by data source. 1. OMNR Mill Returns – • Original Input Data: o The raw material inputs to all Southern Ontario mills were presented amalgamated to each OMNR district of Southern Ontario. The data was originally presented in cubic meters of raw material input by district and material species. The species breakdown was; Ash, Basswood, Beech, Black Cherry, Black Walnut, Elm, Hard Maple, Soft Maple, Hickory, Oak, Poplar, White Birch, Yellow Birch, Other Hardwoods, Hardwood Mix, Jack Pine, Red Pine, White Pine, Scots Pine, Balsam Fir, Spruce, Spruce-Pine-Fir, Hemlock, Cedar, Larch, Other Conifers, Mixed Conifers, and All Wood. o A listing of all licensed mills in Southern Ontario was provided by district.

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Summary Process for Input Data: o The raw material input data was summarized by Hardwood, Softwood, and Mixed Wood for each district and totaled for Eastern Ontario. o Using the OMNR’s list of Forest Resource Processing Facilities in Ontario3, the provided mill listing was summarized by district and mill type giving the mill distribution for Southern Ontario. This summary was totaled for Eastern Ontario as well. Original Output Data: o The primary product output data for all Southern Ontario mills was presented for each OMNR district by product and associated unit of volume, as reported in the mill returns. o This raw output data was converted and also provided in summarized form with all products to the most relevant of the following volume units; cubic meters (m3), thousands of board feet (mfbm), thousands of square feet (mft2), and metric tonne (TN). o The conversion factors used by the OMNR to summarize this data were provided; please refer to Appendix 3. Summary Process for Output Data: o Eight primary product categories were created as outlined in Table 2. The output data was amalgamated into the eight product categories by district. The product groupings are shown in Table 3. o The resulting table was then summarized and totaled by district and product. These summaries were totaled for Eastern Ontario as well.

2. OMNR Value Added Wood Distribution Study – • Original Value Added Data: o The OMNR provided the D&B database for all value added wood manufacturers in Ontario. This database contains extensive information for each business. The information relevant to this study is as follows; business location, postal code, total sales, number of employees, and product produced. • Summary Process for Value Added Data: o To begin with the database was divided into four regions of Ontario; Eastern, South Central, Southwestern, and Northern. This was done using the database’s postal code field. For each region, Table 1 shows the postal codes’ starting letter. Appendix 1 contains the maps outlining the postal code regions of Ontario. o The data contained numerous value added product types; therefore six value added product categories were created as seen in Table 2. The data for each region was then amalgamated into these six product categories. The product groupings are shown in Table 4.

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The Forest Resource Processing Facilities List is available at www.ontariosforests.mnr.gov.on.ca by clicking on the “Ontario’s Forest Industry” link within the “Managing Ontario’s Forests” section. This list can also be found in Appendix 2.

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o The data for each region and for all of Ontario was then summarized by value added product outlining manufacturer distribution, total sales, employment levels, sales per business, and sales per employee. For each product type the percentage of the total regions sales was calculated as well as the percentage of total provincial sales. o An Ontario regional summary for the value added industry was also created giving the total number of value added manufacturers, total number of people employed in the value added industry, total sales of value added products, and the regional percentages of provincial sales. 3. MTO Commercial Vehicle Surveys – • Original Wood Flow Data: o The MTO provided an extensive database summarizing the information collected through their CVS process. Data from all trucks, carrying wood commodities, on all major Ontario highways is contained within the database. The database information relevant to this study is; commodity, commodity value, commodity weight, trip origin, and trip destination. This information was provided on a province-wide basis which includes wood commodity transportation on all highways. o The CVS database was also provided on a highway-specific basis, for highways 401, 417/17, 28, 7, 69, 400, and Thunder Bay & West. o MTO’s CVS Data Dictionary was provided to use as a legend for the extensive database provided. • Summary Process for Wood Flow Data: o The highway specific data for the those passing through Eastern Ontario (east end of 401, southeast end of 417/17) was summarized to give the total value and weight of wood commodities passing through Eastern Ontario on highways 401 and 417/17. This was done by first organizing each set of highway data by like origins and like destinations. Then the data was sifted through, trip by trip, isolating trips that pass through Eastern Ontario. This was based on the locations given in the truck origin and truck destination fields within the database. The percentage of flow on each highway through Eastern Ontario was also calculated by value and by weight. o All of the relevant values (commodity value & commodity weight) within the highway summary tables were doubled in order to ensure that the information was represented on a yearly basis. The CVS represents 6 months of data, doubling these values gives yearly figures. o The Ontario wide CVS database was used to summarize product specific flow in, out, and around Ontario. To begin with 24 different trucking paths were developed as seen in Table 5. Using ArcView software to query the Ontario wide database, the data was summarized for each path. Again, this summary data was converted to yearly values. o The data for each path was then summarized further by product type using the product categories outlined in Table 2. This summary can be viewed by broad or fine product category. Again, this summary data was converted to yearly values.

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Table 5: Paths created to summarize the Flow of Wood Products through Ontario From

To

Abbreviation

Ontario Ontario Ontario Ontario Ontario Elsewhere Quebec US rest of Canada Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Elsewhere rest of Ontario Quebec US rest of Canada Ontario Eastern Ontario New York State New York State

Ontario Elsewhere Quebec US rest of Canada Ontario Ontario Ontario Ontario Eastern Ontario Elsewhere rest of Ontario Quebec US rest of Canada Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario New York State New York State Ontario Eastern Ontario

ON->ON ON->Other ON->PQ ON->US ON->Canada Other->ON PQ->ON US->ON Canada->ON E.ON->E.ON E.ON->Other E.ON->ON E.ON->PQ E.ON->US E.ON->Canada Other->E.ON ON->E.ON PQ->E.ON US->E.ON Canada->E.ON ON->NY E.ON->NY NY->ON NY->E.ON

RESULTS This section outlines the results organized by data source, presented in table and graphical form. Both the original data provided by the three data sources and the results of presented in this section can be found on the Project Data CD, organized by source. 1. OMNR Mill Returns • Mill Input Table 6 shows the input of raw material to southern Ontario mills by OMNR district. Figure 1 shows this data in graphical form. Table 7 shows the mill type distribution for southern Ontario by OMNR district. Figure 2 shows this distribution in graphical form.

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Table 6: Raw Material Inputs to Mills in Southern Ontario by OMNR District for 2002/03 (m3) Mixed Wood

District Aurora Aylmer Bancroft Guelph Kemptville Midhurst Parry Sound Pembroke Peterborough GRAND TOTAL Eastern Ontario

Total Hardwoods

Total Conifer

GRAND TOTAL

55,070

0 93,974 615,951 180,880 520,082 112,144 220,836 318,258 184,628 2,246,753

24,070 5,149 390,728 542,917 18,909 49,636 28,744 617,602 6,574 1,684,330

24,070 99,123 1,013,749 723,900 538,992 161,779 249,580 983,757 191,202 3,986,152

54,967

1,638,919

1,033,814

2,727,700

7,070 103

47,897

indicates the Eastern Ontario Districts

Figure 1: Raw Material Inputs to Mills in Southern Ontario by OMNR District (2002-2003) 1200000

1000000

Volume (m^3)

800000

Mixed Wood Total Hardwoods Total Conifer Grand Total

600000

400000

200000

0 Aurora

Aylmer

Bancroft

Guelph

Kemptville

OMNR District

10

Midhurst

Parry Sound

Pembroke

Peterborough


Table 7: Mill Type Distribution by OMNR District (2002-2003)4 # Mills by Sector

District Aurora Aylmer Bancroft Guelph Kemptville Midhurst Parry Sound Pembroke Peterborough Grand Total Eastern Ontario

Composite Solids & Panels

Pulp, Paper & Paper Board

1

1 4

2

1 3

3

7

Sawmills - Medium (> 5,000 m^3) 1 4 4 12 6 6 4 10 2 49

2

2

2

6

22

Veneer

1

1

Sawmills - Large (> 50,000 m^3)

2

1 1 1 1

Sawmills - Small (<5,000 m^3)

Wood Chippers

5 1 21

2 3

2

Total 1 6 10 17 12 11 6 23 4 90

11

3

1

49

2 1 4 4 4

Miscellaneous

1 1 1

indicates the Eastern Ontario Districts

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The Forest Resource Processing Facilities List is available at www.ontariosforests.mnr.gov.on.ca by clicking on the “Ontario’s Forest Industry” link within the “Managing Ontario’s Forests” section. This list can also be found in Appendix 2.

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Figure 2: Mill Type Distribution by OMNR District (2002-2003)

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12 Composite Solids & Panels Pulp, Paper & Paper Board

10

Veneer

Count (#)

Sawmills - Large (> 50,000 m^3)

8

Sawmills - Medium (> 5,000 m^3) Sawmills - Small (<5,000 m^3) Wood Chippers

6

Miscellaneous

4

2

0 Aurora

Aylmer

Bancroft

Guelph

Kemptville

Midhurst

Parry Sound

Pembroke

Peterborough

OMNR District

â&#x20AC;˘ Mill Output The Output Summaries file within the Primary Product Output folder in Section 1 of the Project Data CD contains a District and Unit Summary worksheet that outlines the primary product totals by OMNR district, product, and unit of volume for all Southern Ontario Mills for 2002-2003. Table 8 shows the primary product output totals by OMNR district and product. Figure 3 shows the output in graphical form. Please refer to the Output Summaries file within the Primary Product Output folder in Section 1 of the Project Data CD for output data organized to a finer level of detail; for example the file contains graphical representation of the output volume of each product by OMNR District. Figure 4 shows an example of this finer level of detail by outlining mill output in Southern Ontario for wood by-products.

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Table 8: Primary Product Totals by OMNR District and Product (2002-2003)

District Aurora Aylmer Bancroft Guelph Kemptville Midhurst Parry Sound Pembroke Peterborough TOTAL Eastern Ontario

Lumber (MFBM)

Slabs (m^3)

4500 23659 72588 36041 18738 34239 26648 88601 3056 308070

16776

182983

1975

1975 4435 9820 546

Fuelwood (m^3)

Railroad Ties / Posts (MFBM)

Veneer (MFT^2)

6488

29

109 21200

ByProducts (m^3)

1897 2334

389353

3811

126339

15896

8071

537001

13258 3207 31915 16735 5500 4315 2434 7200 84564

323

5708

147539

29576

4679 241 2406 2000 82

indicates the Eastern Ontario Districts

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Composite (MFT^2)

Pulp & Paper (TN)

138152 374595 391572

123960 262112

146103 912270

262112

537675


Figure 3: Southern Ontario Mill Outputs for Primary Products by Product Type & OMNR District (2002-2003) 450000

400000

Unit Volume (m3,MFBM,MFT2,TN)

350000

300000 Lumber (MFBM) Slabs (m^3) Fuelwood (m^3) Railroad Ties / Posts (MFBM) Veneer (MFT^2) By-Products (m^3) Composite (MFT^2) Pulp & Paper (TN)

250000

200000

150000

100000

50000

0 Aurora

Aylmer

Bancroft

Guelph

Kemptville

Midhurst

Parry Sound

Pembroke

Peterborough

OMNR District

Figure 4: Mill By-Product Output in Southern Ontario by OMNR District 35000

30000

Volume (m^3)

25000

20000

15000

10000

5000

0 Aurora

Aylmer

Bancroft

Guelph

Kemptville OMNR District

14

Midhurst

Parry Sound

Pembroke

Peterborough


2. OMNR Value Added Wood Distribution Study â&#x20AC;˘ Value Added The Value Added Summary file in Section 2 of the Project Data CD contains the majority of the Value Added Data including: D&B Databases of Value Added Industries in Ontario organized by region (Eastern, South Central, Southwestern, Northern); Regional summaries of these databases by product type for sales, employment levels, and distribution; and regional graphical summaries by product type for sales, employment levels, and distribution. Table 9 shows a summary of the value added industry in Eastern Ontario by product type; indicating total sales, employment levels, and distribution. Table 10 gives a summary of Ontarioâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s value added industry by region. Figures 5 through 7 give a graphical representation of the value added sales, employment levels, and business distribution respectively for Eastern Ontario. Table 9: Eastern Ontario Summary by Product Type for Sales, Employment Levels, and Distribution for Value Added Wood Manufacturers

Code C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6

Value Added Product Millwork Crates & Pallets Cabinetry Buildings Wood Furniture Other Mfr Wood TOTAL

# Manufacturers 57

# Employees 1172

Total Sales ($) 248,085,867

$/Business 4,352,384

$/Employee 211,677

% of Total Eastern Ontario Sales 50

17 79 14

458 951 301

60,243,000 93,957,443 35,139,281

3,543,706 1,189,335 2,509,949

131,535 98,799 116,742

12 19 7

90 9 100

32

336

37,905,154

1,184,536

112,813

8

3

25 224

173 3391

18,431,389 493,762,134

737,256

106,540

4 100

0 7

Table 10: Ontario Regional Summary of the Value Added Industry by Employment Level, Distribution, and Sales Region of Ontario Eastern South Central Southwestern Northern Total

# Manufacturers

# Employees

224 787 249 66 1326

3391 23840 6441 5644 39316

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Total Sales ($) $493,762,134 $5,443,417,852 $979,905,235 $571,746,785 $7,488,832,006

% of Total Ontario Sales 7 73 13 8 100

% of Total Ontario Sales 100


Figure 5: Total Sales for Value Added Wood Manufacturers in Ontario 300000000

250000000

Total Sales ($)

200000000

150000000

100000000

50000000

0 Millwork

Crates & Pallets

Cabinetry

Buildings

Wood Furniture

Other Mfr Wood

Value Added Product

Figure 6: Employment Levels for Value Added Wood Manufacturers in Eastern Ontario 1400

1200

# Employees

1000

800

600

400

200

0 Millwork

Crates & Pallets

Cabinetry

Buildings

Value Added Product

16

Wood Furniture

Other Mfr Wood


Figure 7: Distribution of Value Added Wood Manufacturers in Eastern Ontario by Product Type 90

80

70

Distribution (#)

60

50

40

30

20

10

0 Millwork

Crates & Pallets

Cabinetry

Buildings

Wood Furniture

Other Mfr Wood

Value Added Product

3. MTO Commercial Vehicle Surveys â&#x20AC;&#x201C; â&#x20AC;˘ Wood Flow Table 11 shows the overall summary of the CVS database by highway corridor and product (or commodity) type. Please note again that SCTG 25&26 refer to wood products. The CVS Highway Summary file in Section 3 of the Project Data CD contains the CVS databases for highways 401 and 417/17 as well as the sections of the database specific to Eastern Ontario. Table 12 gives a summary of wood product flow through Eastern Ontario. Table 13 gives a summary of the percentages of total Ontario wood flow on the relevant highways (401 & 417/17) and through Eastern Ontario. Table 14 shows the total value and weight of wood flowing over all the paths created for this study. Figure 8 shows the value of wood products flowing over various paths throughout Ontario and Figure 9 shows the weight of wood products flowing over the paths. Please refer to the CVS Product Based Summaries by Broad Category and CVS Product Based Summaries by Fine Category files in Section 3 of the Project Data CD for detailed flow summaries over the various different paths in both table and graphical form.

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Table 11: Summary of Ontario Wood Commodity Flow by Highway Corridor Commodities

Corridor

All

All Ontario

SCTG 25 & 26 SCTG 25 & 26 SCTG 25 & 26 SCTG 25 & 26 SCTG 25 & 26 SCTG 25 & 26 SCTG 25 & 26 SCTG 25 & 26 SCTG 25 & 26 SCTG 25 & 26

All Ontario Hwy 401 Hwy 417/17 Hwy 11 Hwy 400 Hwy 11 Wasi Hwy 11/17 Hwy 28 Hwy 69 Hwy 7 Thunder Bay & West

SCTG 25 & 26

184,657

4,875,474,104

1,621,695,963

% of total Ontario Flow by value ($)

6,445 1,669 753 688 661 255 168 145 124 29

102,562,930 30,875,951 15,100,211 14,038,027 11,389,292 7,154,825 3,890,610 3,121,797 3,733,654 1,057,319

126,474,750 27,904,601 19,829,342 20,450,063 11,644,966 7,832,309 5,003,663 3,731,689 3,319,055 773,954

100 30 15 14 11 7 4 3 4 1

100 22 16 16 9 6 4 3 3 1

954

9,256,335

27,252,015

9

22

Daily Trips

Commodity Value $

KG's

% of total Ontario Flow by weight (kg)

Table 12: Summary of Wood Flow on Relevant Highways and through Eastern Ontario by Value and Weight Flow

Value ($)

All of Ontario

$102,562,930

$126,474,750

$30,875,951 $24,542,006 $15,100,211 $10,492,482 $35,034,488

$27,904,601 $23,248,229 $19,829,342 $13,814,082 $37,062,311

401 401 through Eastern Ontario 417 & 17 417 & 17 through Eastern Ontario Total through Eastern Ontario

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Weight (kg)

Corridor All Ontario Hwy 401 Hwy 417/17 Hwy 11 Hwy 400 Hwy 11 Wasi Hwy 11/17 Hwy 28 Hwy 69 Hwy 7 Thunder Bay & West


Table 13: Percentages of Total Ontario Wood Flow for Relevant Highways and through Eastern Ontario By Value ($)

Percentages % of total Ontario flow traveling on the 401 % of total Ontario flow traveling on the 417 &17 % of total 401 flow traveling through Eastern Ontario % of total 417&17 flow traveling through Eastern Ontario % of total Ontario flow traveling through Eastern Ontario

By Weight (kg)

30 15 79 69 34

22 16 83 70 29

Table 14: Total Flow of Wood Products through Ontario, by Value and Weight, over various paths From

To

Abbreviation

Ontario Ontario Ontario Ontario Ontario Elsewhere Quebec US rest of Canada Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Elsewhere rest of Ontario Quebec US rest of Canada Ontario Eastern Ontario New York State New York State

Ontario Elsewhere Quebec US rest of Canada Ontario Ontario Ontario Ontario Eastern Ontario Elsewhere rest of Ontario Quebec US rest of Canada Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario New York State New York State Ontario Eastern Ontario

ON->ON ON->Other ON->PQ ON->US ON->Canada Other->ON PQ->ON US->ON Canada->ON E.ON->E.ON E.ON->Other E.ON->ON E.ON->PQ E.ON->US E.ON->Canada Other->E.ON ON->E.ON PQ->E.ON US->E.ON Canada->E.ON ON->NY E.ON->NY NY->ON NY->E.ON

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Value $37,993,152 $25,807,088 $5,452,578 $19,671,883 $6,135,205 $26,071,879 $14,709,911 $7,230,402 $18,841,476 $928,945 $3,865,095 $4,838,918 $2,334,189 $1,512,623 $2,352,471 $7,035,530 $5,518,245 $4,535,700 $2,236,807 $4,798,722 $1,738,983 $319,760 $1,509,022 $855,788

KG's 59,629,749 27,101,888 8,419,492 17,896,078 9,205,810 27,640,552 15,364,573 8,835,884 18,804,668 737,186 6,525,815 5,482,453 4,174,506 2,325,928 4,199,887 7,891,192 4,563,459 5,138,820 2,579,046 5,312,147 1,917,076 744,338 2,095,319 1,377,761


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-> O

N

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->

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Commodity Weight (kg)

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Figure 8: Value of Wood Products Flowing through Ontario on various paths from MTO's CVS

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LIMITATIONS The greatest data limitation in this study is the fact that the all of the data presented was compiled before the shutdown of Domtar’s Cornwall Pulp Mill. Therefore the data presented regarding primary product output by OMNR district may look slightly different now. The “Pulp & Paper” production shown in Table 8 for Kemptville district would be drastically different now, as there are currently no pulp producers in the Kemptville district. The shutdown would also have an effect on the wood flow data presented. It is predicted that the value and weight of raw materials flowing both within and into eastern Ontario have decreased since the mill closure. And comparatively, the value of raw materials flowing out of eastern Ontario has likely increased since the mill closure. Another limitation is regarding the method of data compilation for the MTO data set. The data was collected from June to November over a 3 year period; 6 months of each year in the summer/fall. The data for 6 months was extrapolated to per year values by doubling the data set. It is possible that Ontario’s wood flow differs in the winter months (from December to May) and that possible difference is not represented in this data set.

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Appendix One: Relevant Maps Map 1: Administrative Districts and Regions for the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources

* From the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources’ “Forest Industry at a Glance” Poster

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Map 2: Canada Post’s Eastern Ontario Postal Code Region

* From Canada Post’s Forward Sortation Area (FSA) Maps available online at www.canadapost.ca/business/tools/pg/fsamaps/default-e.asp

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Map 3: Canada Post’s Northern Ontario Postal Code Region

* From Canada Post’s Forward Sortation Area (FSA) Maps available online at www.canadapost.ca/business/tools/pg/fsamaps/default-e.asp

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Map 4: Canada Post’s Southwestern Ontario Postal Code Region

* From Canada Post’s Forward Sortation Area (FSA) Maps available online at www.canadapost.ca/business/tools/pg/fsamaps/default-e.asp

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Map 5: Canada Post’s Central Ontario Postal Code Region

* From Canada Post’s Forward Sortation Area (FSA) Maps available online at www.canadapost.ca/business/tools/pg/fsamaps/default-e.asp

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Appendix 2: Forest Resource Processing Facilities (Mills) in Ontario * Sourced from the OMNR’s website, www.ontariosforests.mnr.gov.on.ca, under “Ontario’s Forest Industry” within the “Managing Ontario’s Forests” section.

Mill Name

Mill No.

City

District

Region

Ainsworth Engineered Corp.

1240

Barwick

Fort Frances

Northwest

Weyerhaeuser Company Limited

1422

Kenora

Kenora

Northwest

Fibratech Manufacturing Inc.

2102

Atikokan

Fort Frances

Northwest

Longlac Wood Industries Inc.

2208

Longlac

Nipigon

Northwest

Levesque Plywood Limited

3405

Hearst

Hearst

Northwest

Grant Forest Products Inc.

3609

Englehart

Kirkland Lake

Northeast

Grant Forest Products Inc.

3810

Timmins

Timmins

Northeast

G-P Flakeboard Company

4435

Sault Ste.

Sault Ste.

Northeast

Composite Solids and Panels

27


Marie

Marie

Uniboard New Liskeard Inc.

4605

New Liskeard

North Bay

Northeast

Weyerhaeuser Company Limited

4708

Wawa

Wawa

Northeast

G-P Flakeboard Company

5226

Bancroft

Bancroft

Southern

Temple Pembroke Inc.

5685

Pembroke

Pembroke

Southern

Weyerhaeuser Company Limited

1103

Dryden

Dryden

Northwest

Abitibi-Consolidated Company of Canada

1201

Fort Frances

Fort Frances

Northwest

Abitibi-Consolidated Company of Canada

1402

Kenora

Kenora

Northwest

Norampac Inc.

2302

Red Rock

Nipigon

Northwest

Marathon Pulp Inc.

2402

Marathon

Nipigon

Northwest

Kimberly-Clark Inc.

2403

Terrace Bay

Nipigon

Northwest

Abitibi-Consolidated Company of Canada

2502

Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay

Northwest

Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard

28


Cascades Fine Papers Group Thunder Bay Inc.

2503

Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay

Northwest

Bowater Canadian Forest Products Inc.

2504

Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay

Northwest

Abitibi-Consolidated Company of Canada

3203

Iroquois Falls

Cochrane

Northeast

Tembec Industries Inc.

3205

Smooth Rock Falls

Cochrane

Northeast

Spruce Falls Inc.

3506

Kapuskasing

Hearst

Northeast

Domtar Inc.

4229

Espanola

Sudbury

Northeast

St.Marys Paper Ltd.

4407

Sault Ste Marie

Sault Ste. Marie

Northeast

Domtar Inc.

6215

Cornwall

Kemptville

Southern

Norampac Inc.

6409

Trenton

Peterborou gh

Southern

Abitibi-Consolidated Company of Canada

7506

Thorold

Guelph

Southern

2207

Longlac

Nipigon

Northwest

Veneer Longlac Wood Industries Inc.

29


Levesque Plywood Limited

2301

Nipigon

Nipigon

Northwest

Norbord Industries Inc.

3201

Cochrane

Cochrane

Northeast

Levesque Plywood Limited

3404

Hearst

Hearst

Northeast

Forestply Industries Inc.

4101

Blind River

Sault Ste. Marie

Northeast

Birchland Veneer Limited

4112

Thessalon

Sault Ste. Marie

Northeast

Columbia Forest Products Ltd.

4305

Rutherglen

North Bay

Northeast

Superior Hardwood Veneer Ltd.

4409

Rankin Reserve

Sault Ste. Marie

Northeast

Ontario Hardwood Veneers Ltd.

5407

Wilberforce

Bancroft

Southern

Commonwealth Plywood Co. Ltd.

5641

Pembroke

Pembroke

Southern

Interforest Ltd.

8313

Durham

Midhurst

Southern

Sawmills â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Large (consumes more than 50,000 cubic metres of fibre annually) Manitou Forest Products Limited

1221

Emo

Fort Frances

Northwest

Bowater Canadian Forest Products Inc.

1301

Ignace

Dryden

Northwest

30


Kenora Forest Products Ltd.

1401

Kenora

Kenora

Northwest

Devlin Timber Company (1992) Limited

1407

Kewatin

Kenora

Northwest

L.K.G.H. Contracting Ltd.

1508

Red Lake

Red Lake

Northwest

Weyerhaeuser Company Limited

1510

Ear Falls

Red Lake

Northwest

Mckenzie Forest Products Inc.

1610

Hudson

Sioux Lookout

Northwest

Atikokan Forest Products Ltd.

2104

Sapawe

Fort Frances

Northwest

Long Lake Forest Products Inc.

2202

Longlac

Nipigon

Northwest

Nakina Forest Products Inc.

2312

Nakina

Nipigon

Northwest

Great West Timber Limited

2507

Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay

Northwest

Northern Sawmills Inc.

2510

Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay

Northwest

Buchanan Northern Hardwoods Inc.

2582

Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay

Northwest

Bowater Canadian Forest Products Inc.

2590

Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay

Northwest

31


Tembec Industries Inc.

3101

Chapleau

Chapleau

Northeast

Domtar Inc.

3104

Chapleau

Chapleau

Northeast

Tembec Industries Inc.

3202

Cochrane

Cochrane

Northeast

Gogama Forest Products Inc.

3303

Timmins

Timmins

Northeast

Olav Haavaldsrud Timber Company Limited

3401

Hornepayne

Wawa

Northeast

Tembec Industries Inc.

3406

Hearst

Hearst

Northeast

Lecours Lumber Co. Limited

3408

Calstock

Hearst

Northeast

Excel Forest Products

3512

Opasatika

Hearst

Northeast

Spruce Falls Inc.

3521

Kapuskasing

Hearst

Northeast

Elk Lake Planing Mill Ltd.

3607

Elk Lake

Kirkland Lake

Northeast

Tembec Industries Inc.

3620

Kirkland Lake

Kikland Lake

Northeast

Northern Pressure Treated Wood Ltd.

3632

Kirkland Lake

Kirkland Lake

Northeast

Domtar Inc.

3803

Timmins

Timmins

Northeast

32


Little John Enterprises Ltd.

3805

Timmins

Timmins

Northeast

Tembec Industries Inc.

3808

Timmins

Timmins

Northeast

Midway Lumber Mills Ltd.

4116

Thessalon

Sault Ste. Marie

Northeast

Domtar Inc.

4238

Nairn

Sudbury

Northeast

Tembec Industries Inc.

4308

Mattawa

North Bay

Northeast

Goulard Lumber (1971) Ltd.

4309

Sturgeon Falls

North Bay

Northeast

Boniferro Mill Works Inc.

4412

Sault Ste. Marie

Sault Ste. Marie

Northeast

Isidore Roy Limited

4515

Hagar

Sudbury

Northeast

Domtar Inc.

4704

White River

Wawa

Northeast

Dubreuil Forest Products Limited

4705

Dubreuilville

Wawa

Northeast

Tembec Industries Inc.

5313

Huntsville

Parry Sound

Southern

Lavern Heideman & Sons Limited

5617

Eganville

Pembroke

Southern

Ben Hokum & Son Limited

5632

Killaloe

Pembroke

Southern

33


Dament & Charles Lumber Manufacturing Ltd.

5643

Pembroke

Pembroke

Southern

Herb. Shaw and Sons Limited

5654

Pembroke

Pembroke

Southern

McRae Mills Ltd.

5801

Whitney

Bancroft

Southern

Murray Brother Lumber Co. Ltd.

5802

Madawaska

Bancroft

Southern

Sawmills â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Medium (consumes more than 5,000 cubic metres, but less than 50,000 cubic metres annually) 531322 Ontario Ltd. o/a Nickel Lake Lumber

1232

Fort Frances

Fort Frances

Northwest

E.& G.Custom Sawing Ltd.

1410

Kenora

Kenora

Northwest

Dave Burt General Contractors Ltd.

1418

Sioux Narrows

Kenora

Northwest

366956 Ontario Limited o/a Garden Lake Timber

2511

Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay

Northwest

Port Arthur Lumber & Planing Mill Limited

2512

Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay

Northwest

Pineal Lake Lumber Company Ltd.

3106

Chapleau

Chapleau

Northeast

Northern Ontario Cedar Ltd.

3409

Mattice

Hearst

Northeast

34


Cayouette Cabinets

3525

Moonbeam

Hearst

Northeast

Cheminis Lumber Inc.

3618

Kearns

Kirkland Lake

Northeast

Nipissing Sawmill Ltd.

4302

North Bay

North Bay

Northeast

Temagami Forest Products Inc.

4351

Temagami

North Bay

Northeast

Portelance Lumber (Capreol) Ltd.

4501

Capreol

Sudbury

Northeast

Mainville Lumber Company Limited

4504

Chelmsford

Sudbury

Northeast

Gervais Forest Products Ltd.

4509

Falconbridge

Sudbury

Northeast

R.Fryer Forest Products Limited

4519

Monetville

Sudbury

Northeast

H & R Chartrand Limited

4520

Noelville

Sudbury

Northeast

Lahaie Lumber Ltd.

4524

Alban

Sudbury

Northeast

Freymond Lumber Ltd.

5206

Bancroft

Bancroft

Southern

Jan Lumber Company Limited

5216

L'Amable

Bancroft

Southern

1554569 Ontario Inc. o/a South Algonquin Forest Products

5245

Harcourt

Bancroft

Southern

Nadrofsky Lumber

5311

Huntsville

Parry Sound

Southern

35


Alva Thompson & Sons Ltd.

5327

Bracebridge

Parry Sound

Southern

Muskoka Timber Mills Ltd.

5337

Bracebridge

Parry Sound

Southern

M.W. Hunter Lumber Ltd.

5401

Gooderham

Bancroft

Southern

1409822 Ontario Inc. o/a Algonquin Forest Products

5530

South River

Parry Sound

Southern

Popkie Lumber Co.Ltd.

5631

Pembroke

Pembroke

Southern

Gulick Forest Products Ltd.

5637

Palmer Rapids

Pembroke

Southern

Thomas J. Neuman Limited

5638

Palmer Rapids

Pembroke

Southern

George Stein Limited

5639

Palmer Rapids

Pembroke

Southern

Carson Lake Lumber Ltd.

5642

Pembroke

Pembroke

Southern

Commonwealth Plywood Co. Ltd.

5647

Pembroke

Pembroke

Southern

1114386 Ontario Inc. o/a Etmanskie Lumber

5659

Wilno

Pembroke

Southern

Ellard Hass Sawmill

5666

Eganville

Pembroke

Southern

36


Opeongo Mills Forest Products Inc.

5668

Eganville

Pembroke

Southern

638977 Ontario Inc. o/a M.W. Miller Logging

5687

Eganville

Pembroke

Southern

Dalkeith Lumber Inc.

6206

Dalkeith

Kemptville

Southern

Albert Larocque Lumber Ltd.

6211

Hawkesbury

Kemptville

Southern

O.E. Rothwell Lumber Co. Ltd.

6317

Lanark

Kemptville

Southern

M.J. Umpherson Lumber Co. Ltd.

6320

Lanark

Kemptville

Southern

Byway Lumber Ltd.

6329

Perth

Kemptville

Southern

Darling Lumber Limited

6331

Lanark

Kemptville

Southern

Chisholm's (Roslin) Ltd.

6405

Roslin

Peterborou gh

Southern

Wilson's Forest Products Ltd.

6601

Madoc

Peterborou gh

Southern

Maurice Miller Lumber Ltd.

7108

Barrie

Midhurst

Southern

609319 Ontario Inc. o/a Robert Ritchie Forest Products

7124

Elmvale

Midhurst

Southern

Edgewood Lumber Ltd.

7214

Hawkesville

Guelph

Southern

37


Kitchener Forest Products

7215

Peterburg

Guelph

Southern

Cherry Forest Products Inc.

7219

Guelph

Guelph

Southern

Steve Radkovsky & Sons Inc.

7239

St. Catherines

Guelph

Southern

Bauman Sawmill Inc.

7241

Wallenstein

Guelph

Southern

Neilson Lumber Limited

7334

Westwood

Guelph

Southern

Brouwer Wood Products Ltd.

7411

Keswick

Aurora

Southern

Trethan Timber Company Limited

7508

Fenwich

Guelph

Southern

Shelly's Sawmill Inc.

8105

Wallacetown

Alymer

Southern

George Coultis & Son Limited

8211

Thedford

Alymer

Southern

Thompson Hardwoods Of Thedford Ltd.

8216

Thedford

Alymer

Southern

Bester Forest Products Limited

8302

Walkerton

Midhurst

Southern

Folmer and Phillippi Sawmill Ltd.

8303

Chepstow

Midhurst

Southern

Klemmer Lumber Ltd.

8315

Elmwood

Midhurst

Southern

Willard G. Hallman Lumber Ltd.

8324

Chatsworth

Midhurst

Southern

Townsend Lumber Incorporated

8401

Scotland

Guelph

Southern

38


Porter Lumber Ltd.

8402

Port Dover

Guelph

Southern

Townsend Lumber Incorporated

8403

Tillsonburg

Guelph

Southern

Arnold Hanson & Sons Logging Ltd.

8411

Langton

Guelph

Southern

J.H. Keeso & Sons Ltd.

8513

Listowel

Guelph

Southern

B.E. Grein Lumber Ltd.

8519

Ayton

Alymer

Southern

Sawmills â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Small (consumes less than 5,000 cubic metres annually) Oxdrift Tractor Sales Ltd. o/a Skene Lumber & Sawmill

1129

Oxdrift

Dryden

Northwest

Norlaine Forest Products

1242

Mine Centre

Fort Frances

Northwest

Wilson Rocky Lake Camps Ltd.

1411

Kenora

Kenora

Northwest

Chester Forest Products Inc.

1505

Red Lake

Red Lake

Northwest

1143555 Ontario Limited C & L Enterprises

2209

Geraldton

Nipigon

Northwest

1037617 Ontario Limited o/a Murillo Mill Works

2584

Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay

Northwest

Devon Mills Ltd.

3108

Chapleau

Chapleau

Northeast

39


1385533 Ontario Inc., o/a Extreme Timber

3410

Hearst

Hearst

Northeast

Playford Mills

3610

Charlton

Kirkland Lake

Northeast

Mississauga First Nation

4105

Blind River

Sault Ste. Marie

Northeast

Precut Hardwood Inc.

4346

North Bay

North Bay

Northeast

Temagami Cedar

4348

Temagami

North Bay

Northeast

Elliot Lumber Company Ltd.

4415

Goulais River

Sault Ste. Marie

Northeast

Timberwolf Log Homes

4431

Sault Ste. Marie

Sault Ste. Marie

Northeast

High Falls Lumber Company Ltd.

4701

Wawa

Wawa

Northeast

Cowen Lumber & Logging Ltd.

5402

Haliburton

Bancroft

Southern

Len Rumleskie & Sons Lumber Co. Ltd.

5605

Barry's Bay

Pembroke

Southern

Ivan Vallieries Lumber

5673

Madoc

Pembroke

Southern

RLG Lumber Inc.

5689

Pembroke

Pembroke

Southern

DMS Lumber Inc.

5702

Eganville

Pembroke

Southern

40


280667 Ontario Ltd. o/a Opeongo Forestry Service

5705

Renfrew

Pembroke

Southern

Lanark Cedar (128100 Canada Ltd.)

6304

Carleton Place

Kemptville

Southern

Lindsay Duncan & Sons

6315

MacDonald Corners

Kemptville

Southern

Barr Lumber Ltd.

6318

Pakenham

Kemptville

Southern

Lloyd R. McVeigh Lumber Ltd.

6330

Perth

Kemptville

Southern

Wyevale Sawmill

7127

Wyevale

Midhurst

Southern

Murphy Lumber (1382744 Ontario Ltd.)

7131

Madoc

Peterborou gh

Southern

E & B Clark Lumber

7213

Princeton

Guelph

Southern

James R.Simpson Lumber Ltd.

7217

Cambridge

Guelph

Southern

Erie Wood Products Ltd.

8101

Aylmer

Alymer

Southern

William Hepburn Sawmill

8311

Wiarton

Midhurst

Southern

Wellbeck Sawmill Ltd.

8314

Durham

Midhurst

Southern

PM Lumber Company Ltd.

8319

Hanover

Midhurst

Southern

41


Miller Wood Products Limited

8506

Exeter

Guelph

Southern

St.Helens Sawmill (J.Stutzman)

8508

Lucknow

Guelph

Southern

Bernie McGlynn Lumber

8509

Wingham

Alymer

Southern

Root River Contracting Inc.

1620

Hudson

Sioux Lookout

Northwest

Upsala Forest Products Limited

2514

Upsala

Thunder Bay

Northwest

Sturgeon Timber Limited

2516

Dorion

Thunder Bay

Northwest

Firesteel Contractors Limited

2535

Kakabeka Falls

Thunder Bay

Northwest

Dubreuil Forest Products Limited

4706

Dubreuilville

Wawa

Northeast

Freymond Wood Product Inc.

5235

Bancroft

Bancroft

Southern

Ben Hokum & Son Limited

5635

Killaloe

Pembroke

Southern

George Stein Limited

5684

Palmer Rapids

Pembroke

Southern

Wood Chippers

42


Miscellaneous 74852 Manitoba Ltd. Lakewood Industries

1511

Ear Falls

Red Lake

Northwest

Capilton Corporation

1619

Sioux Lookout

Sioux Lookout

Northwest

High Line Forest Products Inc.

2406

Schreiber

Nipigon

Northwest

NorWa Manufacturing and Distribution Company Ltd.

4710

Wawa

Wawa

Northeast

Mr.Firewood Ltd. (1158664 Ontario Ltd.)

5319

Burk's Falls

Parry Sound

Southern

Johnston Cedar Post Ltd.

6303

Carleton Place

Kemptville

Southern

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Appendix 3: OMNR Conversion Factors for Wood Products From

To

Multiply By

M3 C CU MFBM(P) MFBM(R) 1/34MFT2 1/30MFT2 1/28MFT2 1/26MFT2 1/16MFT2 1/10MFT2 1/8MFT2 1/6MFT2 1/4MFT2 3/8MFT2 1/2MFT2 5/8MFT2 3/4MFT2 7/8MFT2 M2X10 M2X13 M2X19 M2X7 S1/2 S1/4 S3/8 S5/16 S9/16 GNMT GNST ODMT ODST DGNMT DGNST DODMT DODST ITONS TN YD3 KG L LB

M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 M3 TN TN M3 KG L KG

1 2.4069 2.8317 2.3596 5.1282 0.0694 0.07866 0.08427 0.09076 0.14748 0.23597 0.29496 0.39265 0.58997 0.88496 1.17925 1.47493 1.76991 2.06472 0.01 0.013 0.019 0.007 0.037736 0.01887904 0.02831872 0.02359888 0.042477984 1.3262 1.2035 2.6525 2.4067 0.9244 0.8388 1.8488 1.6775 1.1023 1 0.76 1 1 0.453592

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