A message from the publisher
February 12, 2009 By Pulp & Paper Canada
As the pulp and paper industry faces numerous changes in response to the current global economic situation, magazin…
As the pulp and paper industry faces numerous changes in response to the current global economic situation, magazines must also adapt.
The Pulp & Paper Canada Magazine Group is currently going through a transformation in order to continue serving the industry and our valued readers, as we have been for over a century.
Our French-language publication, Les Papetières du Québec, and electronic newsletter, Le Parchemin, have been suspended so we can better dedicate our resources to our flagship publication and continue to bring you the major headlines and issues in the industry through Pulp & Paper Canada.
In addition, we welcome our new editor, Cindy Macdonald, who will maintain the journalistic standards and quality our magazine has prided itself on since 1903.
Cindy has 18 years of experience as an editor in the automotive, manufacturing, and forestry sectors.
As always, Pulp & Paper Canada remains dedicated to being your source on our industry.
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