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

FeaturesHealth & SafetyPaperPulp

April 23, 2021
Enhancing worker safety with technology

FeaturesHealth & Safety

April 15, 2021
2020 Safest Mill in Canada ranking revealed

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April 13, 2021
The endless possibilities of wood chip sensor technology


March 31, 2021
Pulp and paper’s future leaders: Meet Jonathan Paquet

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March 26, 2021
Moody’s: Forest products sector outlook remains positive for 2021

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March 22, 2021
Northern Pulp, one year later: Forestry contractors ‘really suffered’

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March 19, 2021
Global hardwood fibre prices increase in Q4 20, says WRQ report

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March 15, 2021
OFIA focuses on bioeconomy, fibre utilization, outreach in 78th annual meeting

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

FeaturesEnvironment & SustainabilityQ & AWomen in Forestry

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

FeaturesForestryPulpQ & AWomen in ForestryWorkforce

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

FeaturesPodcastPaperPulpWatch & ListenWomen in Forestry

March 5, 2021
PODCAST | Q&A with Pamela Cowan, TAPPI’s Women in Industry Division

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

FeaturesProcess ControlPulpQ & AWomen in Forestry

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

FeaturesPaperQ & AWomen in Forestry

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

FeaturesEnvironment & SustainabilityPulpQ & AWomen in Forestry

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

FeaturesFinancial Reports & MarketsPaperPulpWomen in ForestryWorkforce

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


February 26, 2021
Pulp and paper’s future leaders: Meet Jeremy Saunders


February 25, 2021
Coming soon: The Women in Forestry Virtual Summit is Mar. 9!

FeaturesEnvironment & SustainabilityPaperPulp

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

FeaturesEnergy ManagementEquipment & SystemsPaperPulp

February 16, 2021
Increasing cogeneration in Canadian pulp and paper mills: Part 1 – Operational optimization


February 10, 2021
Pulp and paper’s future leaders: Meet Nicolas-Patrick Thérien

FeaturesEnvironment & SustainabilityFinancial Reports & MarketsHealth & Safety

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

FeaturesProcess ControlPulpResearch & InnovationTest & Measurement

February 3, 2021
FT-NIR spectroscopy: Shedding light on process chemistry

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

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January 28, 2021
A bright future for black liquor: maximizing kraft recovery cycle efficiency

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