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Forestry professionals say it's time to diversify

A confidential government report says thousands of jobs are at stake in the central interior if action in the forest industry isn't taken soon.Yesterday, we talked to the forests minister about his government's plans. Today, we heard from a mill worker in Quesnel, as well as Sharon Glover, the CEO of the Association of B.C. Forest Professionals.

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