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The largest timber mill processing factory in Canada is the site of a major timber milling operation that has been a fixture in the communities of the B.C. area for decades.
The B.E.T. Company was founded in 1883 and is the only firm in British Columbia to be in continuous operation for more than 200 years.
The mill is now the only Canadian-owned timber mill with a single full-time employee.
It is located in a remote area, about 30 kilometres northwest of the town of Woodbridge.
Its history dates back to the 1860s, when the Bancroft family owned and operated a mill in the area.
The Bancros bought out the Btitters, who then sold the mill to a Bancross family in 1879.
The Mill was bought out in 1932 by the Btcys family, and in 1973 it became the first Canadian- owned timber mill.
In the 1970s, the mill was the largest in Canada, processing more than 2 million cubic metres of timber each day.
It’s been owned by the mill since 1974, and the mill employs a team of 80 people.
Its production has been split over the years between two locations: one near Woodbridge, B.F., and another in the town known as Woodbridge Village, which was purchased in 2011.
In 2014, the Mill was moved to the site next to the Btsitters mill, and it is now located on the property of the Woodbridge village.
The mill was built by the D.L.
T Co. and built at a cost of $30 million.
The main facility consists of a single-storey building with a 1,200-square-metre (28-acre) area that’s been used for the past 30 years.
It was built on a portion of the original timber mill site and is now owned by D.T.-Co. and the BTS timber mill company.
The timber mill is operated by the Wood Bridge village, which is located next door to the mill.
The Woodbridge mill is home to a large and growing workforce.
According to a company spokesperson, the workers are currently employed at more than 80 different facilities, with over 600 jobs.
The Woodbridge community was also the site for the launch of the First Nations Forest Day in 2017, which drew thousands of people to the village.
The village has hosted other forest day events including a youth festival, and a traditional forest service camp.
The company says it is actively seeking workers to take part in the program, and expects to have a new job for a full-timer this summer.
“We have a huge opportunity to bring in new people to this mill and the forest management in B.L.,” said Jim Stokes, the head of forestry for the company.
“We have to do the right thing for the forest, and that is to get people in the community who want to work there.”