Canadian lumber standard (CLS) is made by laminating multiple layers of wood together. It creates a strong and durable material that can be used in both load-bearing and non-load-bearing walls. Studwork, on the other hand, is a simpler and more traditional method of constructing walls, using vertical wooden beams called studs. Strength and stability are the key highlights of CLS timber. Because it is made by laminating multiple layers of wood together, it is much stronger than traditional solid wood and can support heavier loads. Also, CLS is more resistant to warping, twisting and splitting, making it ideal for use in construction projects that require a high level of durability. Studwork is a more cost-effective option for construction projects that does not require as much strength or durability. Because it uses simpler construction methods, it is generally less expensive than CLS. However, it can still be used in a wide range of applications, from wall framing and creating partition walls.