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WorkforceCOVID-19 UpdatesNewsGlobal Trends

April 3, 2020
Survey: How are employers responding to COVID-19?

WorkforceCOVID-19 UpdatesNewsHealth & Safety

April 3, 2020
J.D. Irving implements temperature scanning for workers

WorkforceCOVID-19 UpdatesNewsHealth & Safety

April 3, 2020
Federal government deems forest products sector ‘essential’ during crisis

WorkforceCOVID-19 UpdatesNewsGlobal Trends

March 31, 2020
Kruger announces temporary, indefinite shutdown of Brompton paper mill

WorkforceCOVID-19 UpdatesNewsHealth & Safety

March 30, 2020
Forestry businesses remain open across Canada with ‘essential’ designations

WorkforceCOVID-19 UpdatesNewsHealth & SafetySupplier News

March 23, 2020
Pulp and paper companies deemed essential amid Ontario-mandated closures

WorkforceCOVID-19 UpdatesNewsHealth & Safety

March 23, 2020
Cascades releases operational update on COVID-19 procedures

WorkforceCOVID-19 UpdatesNewsHealth & Safety

March 23, 2020
FPAC calls on feds to recognize forestry as essential sector in Canada

WorkforceNews

March 20, 2020
TAPPI announces recipients of 2020 fellowships and young professionals awards

WorkforceCOVID-19 UpdatesFeaturesHealth & Safety

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

WorkforceNews

March 17, 2020
Verso Corporation announces senior leadership changes

WorkforceNews

March 12, 2020
FPAC names EACOM Timber CEO as new board chair

WorkforceNews

March 11, 2020
FPAC: Report highlights need to resolve truck driver shortage for forestry

WorkforceFeaturesWatch & ListenWomen in Forestry

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

WorkforceNews

March 10, 2020
‘Keep innovating’: Robert Pelton awarded with PAPTAC gold medal

WorkforceEquipment & Systems

March 6, 2020
WEBINAR: Optimizing papermaking operations for today’s workforce

WorkforceFeaturesQ & AWomen in Forestry

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

WorkforceFeaturesQ & AWomen in Forestry

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

WorkforceFeaturesQ & AWomen in Forestry

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

WorkforceFeaturesQ & AWater & Wastewater
Women in Forestry

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

WorkforceFeaturesForestryQ & AWomen in Forestry

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

WorkforceFeaturesQ & AWomen in Forestry

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

WorkforceNews

March 3, 2020
Pulp & Paper Canada, Canadian Forest Industries and Canadian Biomass launch Women in Forestry site

WorkforceFeaturesGlobal TrendsWomen in Forestry

March 2, 2020
Editorial: #EachforEqual means opportunities for all in the forestry sector

WorkforceNews

March 2, 2020
Sonoco makes organizational shifts in industrial and consumer packaging

WorkforceFeaturesQ & AWomen in Forestry

March 2, 2020
All in the family: Q&A with Laura Pettit, reliability engineer at Canadian Kraft Paper

WorkforceFeaturesQ & AWomen in Forestry

March 2, 2020
Continual change: Q&A with Kerilynn Hnatuk, assistant environmental coordinator at Alberta Newsprint Company

WorkforceFeaturesForestryWomen in Forestry

March 2, 2020
BLOG: Top 3 benefits of women in forestry roles

WorkforceNewsSustainability

February 25, 2020
International Paper appoints first chief sustainability officer

WorkforceNews

February 25, 2020
Canfor, West Fraser land on BC Top Employers list

WorkforceNews

February 24, 2020
Crofton mill curtails pulp and paper production due to low fibre supply

WorkforceNews

February 14, 2020
Pulp & Paper Canada Top 10 Under 40 nominations due April 15