Pulp and Paper Canada

Kristina Urquhart

FeaturesWomen in ForestryWorkforce

July 19, 2021
Pulp and paper’s future leaders: Meet Yu Sun

FeaturesEquipment & SystemsForestryWater & Wastewater

July 14, 2021
What’s next for Northern Pulp? Transformation plan outlines significant upgrades

FeaturesEquipment & Systems

July 14, 2021
On a roll: Kruger Products sees smooth start-up for Sherbrooke plant


June 21, 2021
‘Willing to listen’: Indigenous communities, Mercer Peace River partner on inclusive consultation


June 15, 2021
SURVEY: Tell us about hiring, retention and the workforce at your mill!

FeaturesGlobal Trends

June 14, 2021
Editorial: Softwood lumber standoff continues


June 8, 2021
Introducing our second annual Top 10 Under 40

FeaturesHealth & SafetyWorkforce

May 3, 2021
Safe for work: Reflecting on safety during the pandemic


April 16, 2021
FPAC denounces advocacy group’s report on Canadian fibre sourcing

COVID-19 UpdatesFeaturesHealth & Safety

April 15, 2021
2020 Safest Mill in Canada ranking revealed

FeaturesConferences/ShowsWomen in ForestryWorkforce

March 12, 2021
The courage to change: Women in Forestry Virtual Summit calls for culture shift

FeaturesGreen EnergyQ & AWomen in Forestry

March 8, 2021
Change for the better: Q&A with Teddy Townsley, energy manager at Canfor Pulp

FeaturesForestryQ & AWomen in ForestryWorkforce

March 5, 2021
A rewarding career: Q&A with Janet Lane, forest manager at Domtar

FeaturesQ & AWomen in ForestryWorkforce

March 4, 2021
Building partnerships: Q&A with Jenna Strachan, Indigenous relations superintendent at Mercer Peace River

FeaturesProcess ControlQ & AWomen in Forestry

March 3, 2021
Focusing on the process: Q&A with Colleen Mireau, technical supervisor at Millar Western

FeaturesQ & AWomen in Forestry

March 2, 2021
Learning every day: Q&A with Nikki Stein, newsmill shift superintendent at Resolute

FeaturesQ & ASustainabilityWomen in Forestry

March 1, 2021
Trading plastics for pulp: Q&A with Kayte Sutherland, environmental process EIT at Al-Pac

FeaturesGlobal TrendsWomen in ForestryWorkforce

March 1, 2021
Editorial: #ChooseToChallenge adds momentum to supporting women in forestry


February 23, 2021
Editorial: ‘Net-zero’ will involve building new processes, optimizing old ones

COVID-19 UpdatesFeaturesConferences/ShowsHealth & SafetySustainability

February 8, 2021
PaperWeek Canada commences with focus on COVID-19, carbon footprint

FeaturesForestryGlobal Trends

January 29, 2021
NRCan: Pulp and paper saw decline in 2019 as overall forest sector contracted

FeaturesWomen in ForestryWorkforce

January 25, 2021
Pulp and paper’s future leaders: Meet Vanessa Terwoort


January 18, 2021
Pulp and paper’s future leaders: Meet Shane Gray

FeaturesEquipment & SystemsMaintenanceSoftware & Networking

January 15, 2021
Capturing savings: Billing platform aims to drive down maintenance costs

FeaturesWomen in ForestryWorkforce

January 13, 2021
Growing the industry: Forestry’s gender equity plan delivers new online hub

FeaturesWomen in ForestryWorkforce

January 5, 2021
Pulp and paper’s future leaders: Meet Emily Dou

FeaturesGlobal Trends

December 21, 2020
Top 10 Pulp & Paper Canada stories of 2020


December 15, 2020
Pulp and paper’s future leaders: Meet Chris Clark

COVID-19 UpdatesNewsForestrySustainability

December 1, 2020
Feds allocate over $3B for forestry sector with focus on climate change

FeaturesEquipment & SystemsProcess Control

November 2, 2020
Accounting for energy: Simulation tool optimizes pulp processes

FeaturesEnergy EfficiencyInnovationSustainabilityTechnology

October 13, 2020
Editorial: Thinking big about the bioeconomy

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Women in Forestry

October 6, 2020
A greener tech: BC researchers license new repulping method for recycled paper