As part of our ongoing effort to eliminate the diaper sales tax, we are promoting Diaper Need Awareness Week. Find out how diaper poverty affects millions of children in the United States.
After allegations of election hacking and voting fraud clouded the 2016 U.S. election, the humble paper ballot is making a comeback, just in time for the 2018 midterm elections. Learn more about the return of the tried-and-true paper ballot format.
The Paper and Packaging Board’s Fourth Annual Back-to-School Report highlights the role paper plays in productive learning in the classroom and beyond. Find out more about the benefits of print in this important report.
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.
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.
Does print have a place in higher education marketing? In this article from Domtar’s Blueline Magazine, three experts weigh in on the power of print and the importance of reaching multiple generations through omnichannel campaigns.
We spoke with Everick Spence, director of continuous improvement for our Pulp and Paper business, about how his team is creating a culture of collaboration that improves efficiency, cuts costs and drives the business forward.
After spending the early years of her career problem solving for NASA, Alisha Thompson now leads the business intelligence and analytics team for Domtar Personal Care. Learn more about her passion for information technology.
Before you left home this morning, you used a number of products that contain an interesting byproduct of our pulp- and paper-making process. Find out what role turpentine plays in everyday goods.