View As Webpage | View Archives | Email a Friend

@{mv_date_MMM d, yyyy}@

N.S., Northern Pulp to split costs in shutdown process, cleanup

The province of Nova Scotia is funding half of the cost up to $10 million to fully shut down Northern Pulp’s effluent treatment facility.

FPinnovations submits proposal for forest sector to help with face mask solutions

FPInnovations is actively working with stakeholders to identify how the forest sector can contribute to supplying the medical sector with much-needed equipment.

N.S. issues order to govern Northern Pulp shutdown

Nova Scotia’s Environment Minister Gordon Wilson has issued an order to Northern Pulp with instructions on how the mill must manage its site during its indefinite shutdown.

Resolute marks 200 years in business

The first of Resolute’s 20 predecessor companies started on May 1, 1820, exporting lumber to England under the name William Price.

Researchers study if Nova Scotia pulp can be used for N95 mask production

A research team at Saint Mary’s University in Nova Scotia is exploring ways to produce medical-grade pulp for N95 respirator production using thermomechanical pulp from Port Hawkesbury Paper.
Featured News 

Support for the sector: Q&A with Jason Krips, AFPA’s new president and CEO

Pulp & Paper Canada‘s sister publication, Canadian Forest Industries, recently spoke with Jason Krips, the new president and CEO of the Alberta Forest Products Association (AFPA), on a range of topics including the AFPA’s plans to work more with the pulp sector. » Learn More

Cascades debuts packaging line for e-commerce

The new product line includes regular or die-cut e-commerce boxes, insulated boxes and custom mailer boxes. » Read More

Clyde Industries to supply boiler equipment for ANDRITZ-led pulp mill project

Clyde Industries will supply all soot blowers for the new recovery and power boilers at the mill. » Read More

Buckman elects three new members to board of directors

Buckman has elected three new members onto its board of directors as the Vancouver, B.C.-based James Shepherd retires after 12 years. » Read More

Advancing autonomous control in pulp and paper mills

An award-winning AI and simulation application from ANDRITZ has potential in pulp and paper. » Read More

Reintegrating remote workers? Attend the Back to Work Virtual Summit May 27

For senior leaders and HR professionals who are organizing return-to-work policies and practices for those employees, check out the Back to Work Virtual Summit on May 27. » Read More

A list of forestry events cancelled so far in North America due to coronavirus

Several forestry and pulp and paper events in North America have been postponed, cancelled or modified in an effort to stem the spread of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus). » Read More