Click the image to watch a brief documentary, created by Domtar as part of its Paper Made Here program.
Yes, it’s about buying local. Yes, it’s about paper. 26 more words
If re-zoning is approved, the earliest that Windmill Developments expects to put their shovels in the ground for the redevelopment of the 37-acre Domtar lands is in the spring of 2015, with the first phase of what they’re calling The Isles to commence along Boulevard Alexandre Taché in Gatineau, and on Albert Island on the Ontario side, directly behind the Canadian War Museum. 320 more words
On an overcast Tuesday morning, a half dozen people gather in a parking lot by Domtar’s offices on Chaudière Island on Booth Street, carrying with them cameras and tripods, clipboards, flashlights, tape measures and knapsacks containing lunches and bottles of water. 1,215 more words
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. – The company operating a wood-burning energy plant in Prince Albert, Sask. says it’s been forced to temporarily shut down due to economic and industry forces beyond its control. 249 more words
Dear Answer Man,
What is the purpose of the large pipeline that Domtar is building along the road to the landfill? We drove to the landfill last weekend and found the road to be in quite a mess. 460 more words