Apr. 23, 2018 – Corner Brook Pulp and Paper has cut its 44-year business relationship with harvesting contractor Arthur Fowlow Ltd. this month. An estimated 24 jobs will be eliminated as the paper company looks to save money, CBC reports.
In a statement last week, Kruger, the parent company of Corner Brook Pulp and Paper, said tariffs are not to blame.
“This decision is not in any way linked to the countervailing and anti-dumping duties that the U.S. wants to impose on Canadian newsprint,” the company said.
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