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Wrong Again, Atlantic, High Lumber Prices Are Not Being Caused by ‘Climate Change’

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The recent spike in lumber prices is due to the post-pandemic supply chain and shipping bottlenecks. The already climbing prices were exacerbated by the destruction of infrastructure like roads and rail lines in British Columbia and the North-Western United States due to heavy rainfall that struck the region this winter.

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