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Second change to Ontario wood supply process

Mar. 19, 2010, Toronto – In November 2009, the Ministry of Northern Development, Mines, and Forestry launched a Provincial Wood Supply Competitive Process that was the second part of the Staged Competition for Crown Wood Supply in Ontario.


March 19, 2010
By Canadian Biomass

Mar.
19, 2010, Toronto – In November 2009, the Ministry of Northern Development,
Mines, and Forestry launched a Provincial Wood Supply Competitive Process that
was the second part of the Staged Competition for Crown Wood Supply in
Ontario. Stage II is open to any proponent interested in using Crown wood
supply and investing in Ontario, including existing forest companies interested
in expanding their wood supply and/or in exploring new markets and business
opportunities. Forest companies with facilities that are currently idle may
participate to confirm and demonstrate their commitment to reopen and resume
use of wood supplies.

Notices
of Amendment were issued on February 12, 2010, and March 10, 2010, describing the changes made to the original document (Version 1.0), issued November 26, 2009. Version 2.0 has now been replaced with Ministry of Northern Development, Mines, and Forestry, Staged Competition
for Crown Wood Supply in Ontario, Stage II: Provincial Wood Supply
Competitive Process, Version 3.0
. Proponents should refer to this
document for a description of the staged competition; mandatory proposal
content requirements; evaluation of proposals, including detailed business
planning requirements; and the terms and conditions of this Provincial Wood
Supply Competitive Process. It is the responsibility of all interested
proponents to ensure they have all the information provided by the ministry
regarding the intent and requirements of this Provincial Wood Supply
Competitive Process. Proposals are due on March 31, 2010.

The Ministry will post new information and updates
relating to this Provincial Wood Supply Competitive Process on its website.

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