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FeaturesEquipment & Systems

June 22, 2020
Sensor strategies: Calibration and correlation on the paper machine

FeaturesForestryWorkforce

June 19, 2020
FPAC: Forestry’s HR leaders are helping to enable recovery in the sector

FeaturesWorkforce

June 17, 2020
Introducing Pulp & Paper Canada’s inaugural Top 10 Under 40

FeaturesCOVID-19 UpdatesGlobal Trends

June 16, 2020
Report: Global forest products industry outlook remains negative amid pandemic

FeaturesCOVID-19 UpdatesGlobal TrendsWorkforce

June 15, 2020
A list of pulp and paper mills that are adjusting capacity during COVID-19 [UPDATED]

FeaturesPodcastGlobal Trends

June 9, 2020
Pulp & Paper Canada: The Podcast | Containerboard during COVID-19: What’s happening in Canada?

FeaturesPodcastGlobal TrendsInnovation

June 4, 2020
Coming soon! Pulp & Paper Canada: The Podcast

FeaturesGlobal Trends

June 4, 2020
Report: Global fibre prices drop as pulp prices climb up in Q1

FeaturesCOVID-19 UpdatesInnovation

May 26, 2020
Transforming pulp: Can TMP act like kraft pulp for use in N95 masks?

FeaturesForestry

May 15, 2020
Support for the sector: Q&A with Jason Krips, AFPA’s new president and CEO

FeaturesProcess Control

May 14, 2020
Advancing autonomous control in pulp and paper mills

FeaturesEquipment & SystemsHealth & Safety

May 7, 2020
Isolating power, safely: Lockout tagout system ready for use in mills

FeaturesInnovation

April 30, 2020
Lignin: Building block of a low-carbon economy

FeaturesForestry

April 24, 2020
FPAC’s Derek Nighbor: wage subsidy program needs flexibility to work for forestry

FeaturesEquipment & Systems

April 23, 2020
Securing your mill’s control system: Q&A with cybersecurity experts

FeaturesGlobal TrendsSustainability

April 20, 2020
Viewpoint: Demand for food delivery should spur new sustainable food packaging

FeaturesHealth & Safety

April 16, 2020
Identifying hazards: Irving Tissue’s new approach to safety

FeaturesCOVID-19 UpdatesConferences/ShowsHealth & Safety

April 16, 2020
A list of forestry events cancelled so far in North America due to coronavirus [UPDATED]

FeaturesHealth & Safety

April 13, 2020
2019 Safest Mill in Canada winners announced

FeaturesGlobal TrendsHealth & Safety

April 2, 2020
Editorial: Pandemic puts pressure on prices, safety programs

FeaturesCOVID-19 UpdatesHealth & Safety

March 25, 2020
How pulp and paper mills are keeping workers safe during COVID-19

FeaturesCOVID-19 UpdatesGlobal Trends

March 24, 2020
Coronavirus will drive paper, pulp prices lower: Moody’s

FeaturesCOVID-19 UpdatesHealth & SafetyWorkforce

March 19, 2020
How business leaders can help to slow the spread of COVID-19

FeaturesProcess Control

March 16, 2020
Chip considerations: papermaking processes start with wood chip quality

FeaturesCOVID-19 UpdatesGlobal TrendsHealth & Safety

March 13, 2020
How is COVID-19 impacting the Canadian pulp market?

FeaturesWatch & ListenWomen in ForestryWorkforce

March 11, 2020
‘A really great path’: Deanna Exley of Alberta Newsprint Company on #WomenInForestry

FeaturesQ & AWomen in ForestryWorkforce

March 6, 2020
Walking the talk: Q&A with Marie Cyr, mill manager at Domtar Dryden

FeaturesQ & AWomen in ForestryWorkforce

March 5, 2020
Career shift: Q&A with Krista Young, process engineer at Port Hawkesbury Paper

FeaturesQ & AWomen in ForestryWorkforce

March 5, 2020
Up for a challenge: Q&A with Cynthia Desjardins, regional general manager at Cascades Containerboard Packaging

FeaturesQ & AWater & Wastewater
Women in ForestryWorkforce

March 4, 2020
Having it all: Q&A with Serena Silliker, process engineer at Lake Utopia Paper

FeaturesForestryQ & AWomen in ForestryWorkforce

March 4, 2020
A natural fit: Q&A with Charlene Strelaeff, fibre forester at Mercer Celgar

FeaturesQ & AWomen in ForestryWorkforce

March 3, 2020
Striving for standards: Q&A with Colleen Lenart, fibreline day superintendent at Skookumchuck Pulp