Logs are stacked this week at the West Fraser sawmill in Quesnel, B.C. The Trump administration's new tariffs on Canadian lumber pose a threat to livelihoods in Quesnel, which is so reliant on trade with the United States that it flies a U.S. flag at its visitors center.
Logs are stacked this week at the West Fraser sawmill in Quesnel, B.C. The Trump administration's new tariffs on Canadian lumber pose a threat to livelihoods in Quesnel, which is so reliant on trade with the United States that it flies a U.S. flag at its visitors center. Ana Swanson The Washington Post
Logs are stacked this week at the West Fraser sawmill in Quesnel, B.C. The Trump administration's new tariffs on Canadian lumber pose a threat to livelihoods in Quesnel, which is so reliant on trade with the United States that it flies a U.S. flag at its visitors center. Ana Swanson The Washington Post

In Canada’s timber towns, there’s real fear of a Trump trade war

April 29, 2017 04:00 AM