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As true autumn weather came on across the continent, construction activity started to slow down. As such, lumber sales also slowed somewhat. While there were pockets of ongoing building in several regions, elsewhere the usual seasonal slowdown had started. Given the quite stable lumber price levels through this year so far, expectations are for a […]

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