Domtar Won’t Lose Timber Rights
April 7, 2008 By Pulp & Paper Canada
Domtar isn’t going to lose the timber rights associated with its Prince Albert Pulp Mill, so long as negotiations f…
Domtar isn’t going to lose the timber rights associated with its Prince Albert Pulp Mill, so long as negotiations for an eventual restart proceed, the StarPhoenix reported.
The Saskatchewan Party government confirmed that while the company could be found to be in default on the Prince Albert forest management agreement due to the fact that two years have lapsed since the pulp facility and the two Weyerhaeuser sawmills in Big River and Wapawekka have not been in production.
As long as there are ongoing negotiations going on in good faith, and there are, I would see little reason to be hasty with any kind of decision, the StarPhoenix reported Energy and Resources Minister Bill Boyd as saying.
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