Ontario Forest Industries Association (OFIA) president Jamie Lim wants to keep the momentum going with the province's Crown wood supply competition.
What does OFIA stand for?
OFIA stands for Ontario Forest Industries Association
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- Optical Fault Induction
- Optical Fiber Interface
- Orangutan Foundation International (Los Angeles, CA)
- Organisation de la Femme Istiqlalienne (French)
- Ornamental Fish International
- Other Financial Institution (banking cards)
- Owner Furnished and Installed (various companies)
- Oxford Forestry Institute
- Office for International Architecture (India)
- Optical Fault Induction Attack
- Oregon Fire Instructors Association (est. 1961)
- Office for International Academic Strategy (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
- Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges (Columbus, OH)
- Oils and Fats International Congress (conference; Oils and Fats International)
- Oregon Forest Industries Council
- OPEC Fund for International Development
- Optical Frequency Interval Divider
- Other Financial Institutions Department (est. 2001; Central Bank of Nigeria)
- Order Forms in Editorial (print media subscriptions)
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This judgment is a huge victory for the Canadian Lumber Trade Alliance and its partners in this case, the Ontario Forest Industries Association, the Ontario Lumber Manufacturers Association, and the Free Trade Lumber Council.
Although the province has not conducted any socio-economic impact studies regarding the caribou conservation plan, the Ontario Forest Industries Association has.
The Ontario Forest Industries Association (OFIA) calls it "the biggest single challenge to the industry's viability.
In January, Ontario Forest Industries Association (OFIA) president Jamie Lim called the successful court challenge of the (RVC) a "victory" for all hardwood mill operators.
Jamie Lim, president of the Ontario Forest Industries Association (OFIA), suggests the problem regarding infrastructure investments initially took root in the past decade marked by a weak Canadian dollar.
Ontario Forest Industries Association President Jamie Lim has said on numerous occasions during the softwood disputes that Canada has traditionally folded like a "cheap fan," when it comes to standing up for lumber rights.
The Ontario Lumber Manufacturers Association and the Ontario Forest Industries Association have filed actions in the U.