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    1. EPA Announces June 28 TSCA Title VI Public Meeting
    2. CPA Staffing Update
    3. Axalta Expands Wood Coating Capacity
    4. U.S. Home Sales Dip in April
    5. U.S. Single-Family Home Size Increases
    1. Canadian Construction Investment Grows in March
    2. SPECIAL FEATURE: Seeking Workforce Solutions
    3. MDF Shipments Surge 13% in April
    4. EPA Publishes Proposed Wood Coating MACT Amendments
    5. April Safety Report Now Available
    1. Follow CPA on Social Media
    2. Hardwoods Expands Elkhart Facility
    3. Houzz Publishes State of the Industry Study
    4. U.S. Housing Starts Decline in April
    5. U.S. Builder Confidence Rises in May
    1. Canadian Wood Product Manufacturing Sales Up in March
    2. Uniboard Announces TFL Expansion
    3. Book Hotel for 2018 CPA Fall Meeting / MTD Symposium
    4. CPA to Debut New Booth at NeoCon 2018
    5. 2018 Spring Meeting Minutes Now Available
    1. Save the Date: CPA 2019 Spring Meeting
    2. NAM Launches 2018 Manufacturing Day Registration
    3. Argos Solutions Opens U.S. Office
    4. U.S. Construction Spending Falls in March
    5. U.S. Manufacturing Shipments Rise in March
    1. Canadian Building Permits Up in March
    2. Canadian Housing Starts Down in April
    3. MDF Shipments Strong Through First Quarter
    4. CA DTSC Final Work Plan Removes References to Composite Wood Products & Formaldehyde
    5. EPA Issues Biomass Carbon Neutrality Policy
    1. Spring Meeting Member Attendance Hits 11-Year High
    2. West Fraser Names Ferris President
    3. CPA Welcomes New Member
    4. CN Acquires Boxcars to Meet Growing Demand
    5. U.S. Home Sales Improve in March
    1. U.S. Remodeling Activity Declines in First Quarter 2018
    2. U.S. Kitchen Cabinet Sales Fall in March
    3. U.S. Furniture Orders Grow in February
    4. U.S. and Canadian Lumber Production Rises in January
    5. U.S. Consumer Sentiment Down in April
    1. Canadian Construction Investment Increases in February
    2. Canadian Non-Residential Construction Up in First Quarter
    3. New Wood Markets Available
    4. 2018 North American Capacity Report Published
    5. 2018 First Quarter TFL Shipments Dip Slightly
    1. CPA Spring Meeting This Weekend; Meeting Materials Available
    2. CPA Recognizes Spring Meeting Platinum and Gold Sponsors
    3. March Safety Report
    4. President Trump Signs Memo Calling for Air Permitting Reforms
    5. U.S. Housing Starts Up in March
    1. U.S. Builder Confidence Falls in April
    2. Canadian Wood Product Manufacturing Sales
    3. MJB Wood Announces Majority Investment Stakeholder
    4. 2017 TFL Annual Shipments Report Now Available
    5. Spring Meeting Attendance Ahead of 2017
    1. Ontario to Review Formaldehyde OEL
    2. Western Lumber Production Rises
    3. Canadian Housing Starts Inch Upward in March
    4. Canadian Building Permits Fall in February
    5. RISI Particleboard and MDF Commentary Published
    1. EPA Publishes Notice on New TSCA Title VI Compliance Date
    2. 2018 Spring Meeting Registration Continues to Outpace 2017
    3. Interprint Names New Designer
    4. CCI Media Names Urban Publisher
    5. U.S. Construction Spending Rises in February
    1. U.S. Manufacturing Shipments Up in January
    2. U.S. Furniture Shipments Inch Upward
    3. Consumer Sentiment Highest in 14 Years
    4. CARB Issues TSCA Title VI/ATCM Update and Comparison Table
    5. CPA Welcomes New Member
    1. 2018 Spring Meeting Member Attendance Outpaces 2017
    2. Deltic Timber Completes Merger with Potlatch to form PotlatchDeltic
    3. U.S. Home Sales Fall in February
    4. U.S. Kitchen Cabinet Sales Up in February
 

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