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EACOM investing $10M in new housing in employee recruitment effort

EACOM investing $10M in new housing in employee recruitment effort

Forestry company said it will welcome 12 new international workers over the next year
Northern forestry operations reach 75 per cent vaccination rate

Northern forestry operations reach 75 per cent vaccination rate

Resolute Forest Products will donate funds on behalf of eligible facilities
Atikokan power station helped beat August's heat

Atikokan power station helped beat August's heat

Peaking plant ordered into action for three-week period to feed the provincial power grid
'Greener' asphalt tried out in City of Thunder Bay

'Greener' asphalt tried out in City of Thunder Bay

The city is participating in the test of a pulp-making byproduct to replace bitumen in asphalt
Northerners recognized by national forestry group

Northerners recognized by national forestry group

Forest Products Association of Canada announced award winners on Sept. 20
GreenFirst finalizes acquisition of northeastern Ontario mills

GreenFirst finalizes acquisition of northeastern Ontario mills

Vancouver company intends to be significant Canadian forest products player
OPINION: Universal access to high-speed internet must be a national priority

OPINION: Universal access to high-speed internet must be a national priority

Connectivity an essential service in today's economy, says forestry leader
Resolute Forest Products and Fort William First Nation celebrate a sawmill expansion

Resolute Forest Products and Fort William First Nation celebrate a sawmill expansion

They also gathered at Mount McKay to mark 20 years of working together.
Indigenous, industry partnership handed control of northwestern Ontario Crown forest

Indigenous, industry partnership handed control of northwestern Ontario Crown forest

Ogwiidachiwaning Sustainable Forest Management given licence for Kenogami Forest
Michipicoten First Nation considers legal action against Domtar, province

Michipicoten First Nation considers legal action against Domtar, province

Indigenous community north of Sault Ste. Marie claims Domtar allowing contaminated leachate to spread onto its traditional lands