Canfor’s Western General Manager Luke Drapeau cuts into the Canfor 75th Anniversary cake at the celebration barbeque last Saturday. Glen Gardener

Canfor celebrates 75 years

Canfor held a 75th Anniversary barbeque last Saturday, to thank the community, employees, contractors and stakeholders in Houston.

A crowd of retired and working Canfor employees and managers, local families and Canfor supporters gathered at Jamie Baxter park for the Canfor celebration.

Western General Manager Luke Drapeau gives a short speech to thank local Canfor supporters. Behind him are Robin Emberly, Division Accountant, Glen Gardener, Maintenance Superintendant, and Dean Johnson, Sawmill Superintendant.

Lee’s Garden Restaurant catered the Canfor Anniversary celebration. Left to right are Ron, Chau, Nguyet, Jonathan, Clara and Daljlt.

Dad Michael and his two children Ben, 4, and Autumn, enjoy a hotdog lunch at the Canfor barbecue.

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