Port Hawkesbury Paper cutting wood deliveries due to declining markets, COVID-19

After the closure of Northern Pulp, some Nova Scotia sawmills began sending wood and chips to Port Hawkesbury Paper. (Wendy Martin/CBC)

Industry News

Nova Scotia's last major mill will curtail buying wood in April and scale back planned deliveries in May as it deals with ongoing market decline, compounded by the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The move is the latest blow to a forestry industry struggling to maintain a toehold following the loss of its major player.


Source: CBC News


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