Smoke plumes are rising from the backcountry all around Prince George. They are the telltale signs of spring in the forest industry, the annual burn-off of wood waste from winter logging, but the bioenergy sector is fuming over this old way of scorching the leftovers.

Like father, like son describes our featured #JDIGenerations family for March. Clayton and Jordan Keirstead from Sussex, New Brunswick both work at Irving Pulp and Paper.

Despite the many headwinds that has battered B.C.’s forest sector – pests, fires, duties, shrinking timber supply – it remains an economic “cornerstone,” generating $13 billion in gross domestic province and employing 140,000 British Columbians, 9% of whom are First Nations.

BRENTWOOD, Tenn., April 1, 2019 -- Orchids Paper Products Company (NYSE American: TIS) (the "Company"), a leading manufacturer and national supplier of high quality consumer tissue products, including paper towels, bathroom tissue and paper napkins, today announced it has entered into an option agreement (the "Option") with Orchids Investment LLC ("OI").

HALIFAX – Unifor is extremely disappointed with the outcome of the government of Nova Scotia’s decision today concerning the future of Northern Pulp that puts thousands of jobs at risk.

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