Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Quebec - June 10, 2019 - Plastic pollution is a global challenge that requires immediate action. Plastic waste ends up in our landfills and incinerators, litters our parks and beaches, and pollutes our rivers, lakes, and oceans, entangling and killing turtles, fish, and marine mammals.

VANCOUVER, June 13, 2019 - Canfor Pulp Products Inc. (TSX: CFX) announced today it will be temporarily curtailing operations at its BCTMP mill in Taylor, British Columbia (BC) from June 29 through August 5, 2019, due to a combination of weaker market conditions and short-term fibre constraints resulting from industry-wide sawmill curtailments in the BC Interior.

Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) President and CEO Derek Nighbor issued the following statement today in tribute to Sylvain Lhôte, Director General of FPAC’s European counterpart, the Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI). Lhôte passed away suddenly and unexpectedly last week. His celebration of life will be held in Brussels tomorrow.

Despite Canada’s internationally recognized leadership in forest management and conservation, certain anti-forestry activist groups continue to spread false and misleading information about the Canadian forest products sector and companies like Resolute.

There’s no “I” in “Team.”  Through the years, this phrase has guided American Forest & Paper Association’s (AF&PA) mission to advance forward-thinking public policy that supports the paper and wood products industry’s ability to grow the economy and create American manufacturing jobs. In our book, that success results from partnership, and nothing puts this dynamic front and center more than our Washington, D.C. Advocacy Day. 

The Port Townsend Paper Corporation aims to increase its intake of recycled cardboard, while also reducing its consumption of fresh water by close to a million gallons per day.

KINGSEY FALLS, QC, June 5, 2019 - Cascades (TSX: CAS), a leader in eco-responsible recycling, packaging and hygiene solutions, has garnered a number of awards in recent weeks for its leadership and its innovative practices in sustainable development.

After six years of rigorous consultation with industry, environment, and social stakeholders and indigenous groups, the new standard targets the most pressing issues threatening Canadian forests today, including the woodland caribou crisis; the rights of indigenous peoples; workers’ rights including gender equity; conservation; and landscape management.

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