Employees at operations in Northern Alberta affected by wildfire activity: go to the wildfire resources page for further information: https://www.westfraser.com/fire
Public policy and legislation can have a significant impact on our business. Many public policy issues, including forest management and environmental regulations, carbon policy and climate change, taxation, and trade policy are discussed in our 2018 Annual Report, pages 9-18, & 52-60.
Beyond government policymakers and public officials, we engage with a broad cross-sector of stakeholders including trade, forestry and business associations, customers, suppliers, employees, Indigenous Peoples, local communities and non-governmental organizations on public policy issues related to our business and the forestry sector through our fibre procurement and forest management planning activities.
We comply with all Canadian and U.S. laws relating to political donations in the jurisdictions where we do business.
We comply with all Canadian and U.S. laws relating to political donations in the jurisdictions where we do business. Any political contributions on behalf of West Fraser are governed by our Code of Conduct, under Section 11. Political Contributions.