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Timber supply crunch - Daybreak speaks to COFI president John Allen

This Friday, BC's special "timber supply committee" wraps up its final public consultations in northern BC.

The committee's trying to figure out how to save mill jobs and it's considering new measures such as logging protected areas.

Its final report on timber supply is due on August 15th.

John Allen, the president of the Council of Forest Industries, spoke to Daybreak North about how the timber supply issue is being addressed.

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