Prince Georege Canfor Fire – Update

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It has been nearly one month, since a fire leveled the Canfor North Central Plywood plant in Prince George and, only now are fire investigators getting on site.
Inspectors moved in yesterday and, will likely concentrate on an area around one of the plant’s huge dryers.
Crews have been kept away because Work-Safe B-C declared the entire burned-out plant unsafe, in the days following the May 27th blaze.
Two-hundred-and-50 workers have been laid off by Canfor and, the company has not yet indicated if it will rebuild.

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