Well-being and safety go hand in hand. That’s why our health and safety programs are working together to make it easier for our colleagues to enjoy a safer workplace. Learn more about this initiative.
We joined other industry leaders to request that the U.S. Department of Commerce address the circumvention of existing duties on paper imports. Learn more about how foreign paper imports can threaten domestic jobs.
Our Johnsonburg Mill is returning nutrient-rich byproducts to land stripped by more than a century of coal mining. Today, thanks to our land restoration efforts, the area is teeming with wildlife and vegetation. Learn more.
Domtar released its Q2 2019 financial report, and CEO John D. Williams commented on corporate performance. View highlights from this Domtar quarterly financial report, as well as an infographic of key data.
Consumer demand and anti-plastic legislation are driving demand for pulp, paper and plant-based alternatives. Take a look at how we’re responding to these global megatrends with sustainable alternatives.
Assistive technology is great, but for people living with visual impairments, braille literacy is an essential life skill. Here’s why learning to read braille on paper ensures accessibility for those with low or no vision.
Can a bike ride raise awareness of green jobs in Canada? Zac Wagman of Project Learning Tree Canada hopes so. Take a look at his visit with silviculture summer students from our Dryden Mill.
Our new 1K Your Way grant program enabled 20 Domtar colleagues to contribute $1,000 to local projects that help improve their communities. Take a look at some of the projects Domtar funded this year.
Did you know a lot of science and engineering goes into a high-quality printed flyer or brochure? Take a look at some of the testing we do at our mills to ensure that our high-quality paper performs as expected, each and every time.