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HISTORY: QUEBEC MILL ADDS HISTORY TO ITS NAME


May 1, 2001
By Pulp & Paper Canada

QUEBEC CITY, QC — Enron Industrial Markets announced that it has completed its acquisition of the Quebec City newsprint mill and related assets from Daishowa Forest Products Ltd. This now positions E…

QUEBEC CITY, QC — Enron Industrial Markets announced that it has completed its acquisition of the Quebec City newsprint mill and related assets from Daishowa Forest Products Ltd. This now positions Enron as the seventh largest produce of newsprint in North America.

The mill in Quebec City will now be called Papiers Stadacona. The new name has great historical significance to the local community. When Jacques Cartier first explored the mouth of the St. Charles River in 1535, the aboriginal people there referred to the village as Stadacona. This is now the site of modern-day Quebec City.

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