Looking for some creepy tales for your Halloween reading list? Check out this list of Stephen King novels printed on Domtar paper. It includes King’s newest novel, “Sleeping Beauties,” which was co-written by his son, Owen King.
The Paper and Packaging Board worked with Young Minds Inspired to bring its 15 Pages A Day program into schools. By setting a classroom reading goal of 15 pages each day, teachers can help improve educational outcomes.
Do you print projects to proofread them, or do you review documents onscreen? We asked professionals for their top proofreading tips and found that most people prefer to proofread on paper. Here’s why.
What better time is there to pick up a book about political figures and past presidents? This President’s Day weekend, check out one of the many presidential books and political titles printed on Domtar paper.
Books make great gifts for kids. These titles, printed on Domtar publishing paper, will encourage the kids on your list to enjoy some holiday reading. We’ve even included a few titles for mom and dad.
What are your New Year’s resolutions? Along with losing weight, saving money and exercising, why not read more books? Here are six titles to get you started. Bonus: They’re all printed on Domtar paper.
What books have inspired you? We asked three Domtar leaders to share the titles that have helped shape their careers, spark new ideas and develop them into the Domtar leaders that they are today.
Love comes in many shapes and sizes, and there’s a perfect gift for each. Are you getting ready to shop for Valentine’s Day 2018? Take a look at these titles, all of which are printed on Domtar publishing paper.
As graduates are often reminded in commencement speeches, learning doesn’t end with the turning of the tassel. Books make great gifts to mark graduations: here are some of our favorite titles, which are printed on Domtar paper.
Volunteers from our Johnsonburg Mill worked with the Johnsonburg Area High School to create the Domtar Learning Lounge. Learn more about this Domtar-funded project and why we promote childhood literacy.
Employee volunteers read to students today at John Haley Elementary School ; Domtar’s grant funded more than 150 new books for the school library IRVING, Texas –(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct. 25, 2018– Domtar Corporation (NYSE: UFS) (TSX: UFS) announced today that employee volunteers from the company’s
Promoting literacy can be fun. Consider joining Domtar and thousands of organizations across the United States to celebrate Read Across America Day. Learn more about this event and our literacy programs.
Domtar, First Book and Classroom Central held their annual Truck of Books event to give away 40,000 free books for kids in low-income school districts. Learn how this event helped teachers promote literacy among their students.
For Kevin Siers, editorial cartoonist at the Charlotte Observer in North Carolina, paper is the perfect medium for creating his award-winning sketches. Learn more about his creative process and why paper beats technology for drawing.
Heading back to school? Sometimes old-school strategies and supplies are the best. When you make your shopping list, don’t forget these seven back-to-school items that don’t require batteries, power cords or chargers.
Contribution supports distribution of 3,000 backpacks in the Charlotte area, and 100,000 backpacks across the U.S., for children in need as they head back to school FORT MILL, S.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Aug. 17, 2017– Domtar Corporation (NYSE: UFS) (SX: UFS) today announced that it has donated $100,000 to the Office Depot Foundation’s National Backpack Program. Domtar’s donation […]
With the new year comes new appointment books, paper planners and calendars. But in this digital age, these items haven’t gone the way of the dinosaur. They’ve not only survived; they‘ve thrived, and here’s why.
Undiagnosed dyslexia can present significant challenges for students. Now, researchers, therapists and parents are turning to cursive writing as a way to help students overcome this common learning disability.
Journalist Brian O’Neill of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette went to his local library to learn more about the popularity of printed books versus e-books. The statistics he founds were impressive and proved that printed books are still preferred by readers.