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Quality Lumber Products

Sourced From Sustainably Managed And Certified Forests

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Meet Our Company

Meet Our Company

Hornepayne Lumber LP (HP Lumber) is a private corporation that operates a random length sawmill in Northwestern Ontario. Originally the Olav Haavaldsrud Timber Company, the mill, located in Hornepayne, Ontario, is known for its quality lumber. In the summer of 2016, the mill was purchased by a number of private investors including Frank Dottori, well-known for founding forestry industry giant Tembec. Hornepayne Lumber's owners now also include the Missanabie Cree, the Chapleau Cree, and the Netamisakomik Anishinabek (Pic Mobert) First Nations.

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Our Values

Our corporate mission is to be a profitable, low cost forestry company, converting forest resources into competitive and innovative quality projects while protecting the environment and creating positive long term social, cultural and economic benefit for the region and it’s people, employees and shareholders.

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Our Operations

The Hornepayne sawmill complex is located within the Nagagami Forest. Hornepayne Lumber is known for its ability to produce high quality lumber products sourced from forests in the local and surrounding region. The company’s objective is to produce approximately 100 million board feet of FSC certified Random Length.

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Our Community

We are committed to supporting the communities in which it operates. We believe that an essential component of our social and corporate responsibility is to provide charitable support to local organizations, demonstrating a commitment to community growth and betterment. We consider both monetary and in-kind donation requests from local organizations.

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Company News

Company News

New President for WRC Timber

Forest Industry legend Frank Dottori passes the baton to Tony Wyszkowski. (more…)

Partnership as Unique as the North

Unique as the North, a ground-breaking partnership points to a model for future resiliency across the North and beyond. The...