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Seeking Input at Virtual Public Engagement Session 

We are hosting this session to discuss the plans for building an Oriented Strand Board (OSB) mill near Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, on Treaty 6 Territory.  

Place:   Virtual (Register here

Date:   April 5, 2022 

Time:   5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. CST

 

One Sky is a privately held Saskatchewan company that is proposing the construction of an OSB mill near Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. The company is a partnership between: 

  • Peak Renewables Ltd. 

  • One Sky Group 

  • Montreal Lake Business Ventures 

  • Meadow Lake Tribal Council representing its nine-member First Nation communities as well as the Big River First Nation 

  • Wahpeton Dakota Developments 

We invite the public to share their input at our public engagement session. We look forward to hearing from you. To learn more about the One Sky OSB mill, please explore our website.

For specific questions about the virtual public engagement session:
email info@oneskyforestproducts.com.

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One Sky wants to hear from you.

We will host an in-person public engagement session: 

Place:  Senator Allen Bird Memorial Centre, Chief Joseph Custer Reserve #201, 2300 9th Avenue West, Prince Albert 

Date:   March 15, 2022 

Time:   5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. CST

 

To learn more about the One Sky OSB project, please explore our website.

For specific questions about the public engagement sessions:
email info@oneskyforestproducts.com.

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To all our Clients, Family and Friends,

May your holidays be filled with love, laughter and light.

Best Wishes for a Safe and Happy Holiday Season, 

From all of us at One Sky Forest Products

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Paper Excellence and One Sky Forest Products Announce Prince Albert Co-Location Agreement 

PAPER EXCELLENCE. NOVEMBER 30, 2021

 

RICHMOND BC Paper Excellence and One Sky Forest Products (One Sky) today announced they have signed a non-binding co-location agreement. According to the agreement, One Sky will co-locate its new oriented strand board (OSB) operations at the existing Prince Albert mill site.

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Lest We Forget

REMEMBRANCE DAY. NOVEMBER 11, 2021

 

SASKATCHEWAN INTERCULTURAL ORGANIZATIONPromoting Harmony Among All People

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Truth and Reconciliation Day

SEPTEMBER 30th

Today we honor the lost Children and Survivors of Residential Schools, their Families and Communities.

This past year has truly highlighted the tragedy Indigenous Communities have suffered. We all have a role to play as we travel on the road to true reconciliation.  The road will not be easy. We will face many hills and rough patches, but together, we can and will navigate each obstacle.

At One Sky Forest Products, we ask that you take time today, September 30th, to understand the past that needs to be healed, to learn the true history of Indigenous Peoples and work towards a future that is stronger, united, and inclusive.  Wear your orange shirt in honor of the children that were lost and in support of all the survivors of Residential Schools.

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One Sky Forest Products Ltd Plans OSB Mill for Prince Albert, SK

EIN PRESSWIRE. SEPTEMBER 8, 2021

12 Saskatchewan First Nations are partners in the $250M project

PRINCE ALBERT, SASKATCHEWAN, CANADA — One Sky Forest Products Ltd. (One Sky), together with its Indigenous partners, is moving forward with the development of a best-in-class, low-cost commodity Oriented Strand Board (OSB) facility in Prince Albert, Sk.

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Timber Allocations Approved For New Mill In Northern Saskatchewan

SASKATCHEWAN.CA. SEPTEMBER 8, 2021

Proposed Mill To Create 700 New Jobs, Help Double Forestry Sector Growth

Today, the Government of Saskatchewan announced the approval of timber allocations to support the proposed One Sky Forest Products (One Sky) Oriented Strand Board (OSB) mill in Prince Albert.

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OSB Surges   
BY DAVID KOENIG, SEPTEMBER 10, 2020

After bracing for the worst when the pandemic hit, the OSB industry has come roaring back to life during the summer, as supply heats up, producers scramble to restart idled operations, and prices experience record week-to-week jumps.

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Closed mills, housing surge support positive forecast for lumber, OSB industries

THE CANADIAN PRESS. JANUARY  17, 2020

CALGARY — Financial analysts say Canadian production cutbacks and a consumer-driven recovery in housing starts in the United States could mean better times for lumber and panel products this year.

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One Sky Forest Products

P.O. Box 3059

Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

Canada  S6V 7M4