Pulp & Paper
Mackenzie Pulp Mill fined $900,000 for leaking effluent into BC lake
Two incidents involving discharge coming from the mill that was found to be harmful to fish.
US publishers worry about pricier Canadian newsprint with new tariffs
Critics of the paper tariffs say it’s US newspapers that will ultimately be harmed.
Power utilities forced to adapt as climate change brings wilder weather
Significant weather events have consistently increased over the last five years, according to the CEA.
US hits Canadian forestry industry with more duties
US department of Commerce claims Canadian exporters underpriced uncoated groundwood paper by between 0 and 22.16%.
NAFTA tribunal rules Canada did not violate trade agreement in BC pulp mill case
Mercer claimed competing pulp mills in the province received more favourable treatment over purchase/sale of power.
Softwood dispute redux – it’s time to secure new lumber markets
Victory in the latest trade battle will only be secured if Canada uses all of the weapons in its arsenal.
West Fraser brews its black liquor
An innovative Alberta pulp mill is transforming a wood byproduct for value-added products.
Advancing manufacturing: highlights from PLANT in the 1980s
Technology offers the potential for great leaps in productivity improvement as Canada and the US shake hands on free trade.
Exporting: Just do it !
Polycorp’s foray into challenging markets.
On-site safety is no accident
Many workplace injuries can be prevented or minimized with the proper safety-approved workwear and PPE.
SCA gives new life to losing tickets.
Exporting critical to expanding Canadian manufacturing.
CanExport helps SMEs navigate global markets.
Mapping Canada’s future
A framework for manufacturing success.
Fuel from (wood) fibre
The popularity of Fiber Fuel has resulted in the Nova Scotia specialty wood producer adding capacity with a second briquetting machine.
Message to America: Free trade, fair trade
Buy America/American protectionist measures are costing jobs on both sides of the border.
Betting on newsprint
As competitors fold, Alberta Newsprint Co. adopts an innovative business strategy that quickly adapts to market conditions.
Pros and cons of the South Korea deal.
Manufacturing green chemistry
Biolatex binders and adhesives derived from corn, potato and tapioca starches replace petrochemical-based products.