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...Ten years ago in May, the Quebec government launched its strategy to use wood in construction to try to revive the forest industry in crisis. This project, led by the former Minister of Natural Resources, Claude Béchard, planned to triple the consumption of wood in construction, where concrete and steel dominate. Ten years later, wood market shares are increasing, but some industry players believe that Quebec can do better ( In French only )
A text by Dominic Brassard, journalist on the program Le 15-18