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SWLSLA_RUPDate:August 8, 2011
2006 CANADA-US SOFTWOOD LUMBER AGREEMENT 
SOFTWOOD LUMBER EXPORTS REPORT
Date of RevisionAugust 8, 2011 9:12:38 AM EST
PeriodJune 1, 2010 - June 30, 2010
Expected US Consumption2,708,000,000 bfm
Adjusted Expected US Consumption**2,411,000,000 bfm
Monthly Trigger Price$361 US
Canadian Share of US Consumption
Option A Regions100%
Option B Regions100%
RegionOptionExports (bfm)
BC CoastalA69,727,033
BC InteriorA592,488,770
AlbertaA118,423,615
SaskatchewanB5,399,096
ManitobaB139,028
OntarioB38,095,813
QuebecB74,676,958
Maritime Total77,033,513
Territory Total0
Excluded Companies37,353,240
1,013,337,066
          
Notes:
The export charge for Option A and Option B regions is at 0% for the month of June 2010.  For Option B region: there is also no limit on the volume that can be exported to the US from these regions in June 2010 (as per Article VII of the SLA 2006).
Export volumes are based on export permit data and are subject to corrections and final reconciliation.
Represents 110% of Regional Share
For purposes of calculating Regional Quota Volumes under Option B, the EUSC is adjusted in accordance with paragraph 14 of Annex 7D of the Softwood Lumber Agreement 2006.
SWLSLA_RUP    Date: August 8, 2011