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A combination of the normal seasonal slowdown in demand, due to construction activity reducing during winter, and plenty of supply throughout the marketplace brought steady-to-lower lumber prices. As the holiday season quickly approached, producers across the continent took extended downtime. This not only for the usual seasonal curtailments and maintenance, but also in response to […]

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