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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

Yes, but only selective logging, no clearcutting, and a plan for regrowth

@97N57G3Conservativefrom Ontario  answered…3wks

Any true old growth forest needs to be left alone and preserved. However there’s no issue with selective logging any other healthy forests that aren’t as old as long as the forest ecosystem is stable enough

@97B88MQConservativefrom Alberta  answered…4wks

Yes, but the trees must be replanted immediately after, and they a have to be of the same species of the tree that was cut down

@96KZTM4People’s Partyfrom Manitoba  answered…2mos

Canada doesn't cut down old growth forest's. We plant trees and then harvest them.

@9464RF9from British Columbia  answered…4mos

@NewtonMoorthyfrom British Columbia  answered…5mos

Yes, but only selective logging, no clearcutting, and a plan for regrowth AND if the profits stay in Canada

@93GN24Cfrom British Columbia  answered…6mos

Yes, but certian/sacred lands are to be kept untouched. and a plan for regrowth.

@92YKHH6from Alberta  answered…7mos

Not in preserves, and areas more than 25 kilometres from cities, towns, villages, and hamlets except for road, placer mine, water treatment plant, golf course, and campground construction

@92SBLVXConservativefrom British Columbia  answered…7mos

Old growth trees are no more important than young trees and consume way less CO2 than the young trees. The natural process in the forest is for fire to destroy mature trees so the forest can be renewed with young healthy trees.

@924WNLMLiberalfrom Ontario  answered…8mos

Only if the land owners agree. Including Indigenous lands. And only selective with a plan for re-growth.

@8ZN4YG4from British Columbia  answered…9mos

There are plenty of forests that are managed by forestry companies. However, we should also preserve a lot of our old growth forests as well/and other public lands to drastically reduce CO2 emissions.

@8XJ8R6Vfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8VSTHPVLiberalfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

Plant deciduous trees, not dry pine to protect us from rapid wildfires.

@8VRD278from Alberta  answered…1yr

Depends if its a hindrance or a disturbance to natural cycle of the nature or environment, and to people, or even animals.

@8VQNZB8from Alberta  answered…1yr

Yes but only if it profits stay in Canada and no clear cutting and a plan for regrowth

@8VNNWDLfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Selective logging, if trees are still living healthy they must be left to survive, if trees are deemed as dead or dying, they should be removed and replaced with newly planted trees.

@8VNM7XJfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

Yes but it must profit Canada and there is selective logging, no clear cutting, a plan for regrow and a percentage of old growth that is never touched in each region.

@8VN22QDfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

if it’s an environmental threat of old lumber/ foliage logging and clearing fire hazard areas only

@8VMRQ2Ffrom Quebec  answered…1yr

@8VMR33Cfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, but the profits must go to Canada, and the logging must be selective including a plan for replanting.

@8VLRJYFfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

Yes if they have a plan for regrowth and put it in to action immediately after removing the trees. Don’t take them out all at once

@8VLP8NDfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

No the old growth can never be replaced… logging has to be done with regriwth plans to ensure to protect the forest for generations to come

@8VKKXXLfrom Saskatchewan  answered…1yr

Yes , but keep profits here in canada ... do it with a plan for regrowth, and selective logging , clean up the mess , repair environmental disruptions , reduce prices on canadian lumber for canadians

@8VJWGXTfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8VJ8ZRDfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes but only selective cutting and profits stay in Canada to replace to trees with new ones

@8VH4ZRZfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Logging is a large part of Canadian resources, but it should be controlled and there should be no clearcutting and in areas where logging has occur there should be regrowth plans

@8VGTTTHfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, Canada needs to reduce amount of burnable wood in forests where forest fires are natural.

@8VFSV3Nfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, if wildlife is not impacted and there are no adverse environmental impacts

@8VDDZM8from Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes but only if the profits stay in Canada AND ONLY selective logging plus plans for regrowth

@8VCBZW3from Alberta  answered…1yr

@8VBFZBCfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Maybe. Only with the approval of First Nations if the land is theirs (ie crown land) and NO clear cutting.

@8VB2DHN answered…1yr

Yes, but only selective logging, no clearcutting, and a plan for regrowth and the profits stay in the country.

 @8TXVXMLfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

Decentralize. It should be decentralized to the communities that rely on these industries to manage. People who know the area, needs. Most especially private property owners.

@8TX57HBfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Limited harvest with approval of indigenous owners if they own the area.

@8TM8L3Wfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

No, depending on age and health of the forest. Although, for every old- growth tree cut down, two new world be planted.

@8TLPJ4FLiberalfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8TJC4TFfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

Yes, but only silvicultural systems (not selective logging or clearcutting), and a plan for regrowth.

@8TFT2GFfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, but only selective logging with a plan for regrowth at the approval of the indigenous peoples

@8T8PGV9from Ontario  answered…1yr

Companies cannot log anywere until they are willing to leave it nearly as prestine as when they found it


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