When was the last time you sent or received a paper greeting card? How did it make you feel? Greeting card sales remain steady in spite of digital alternatives. See why people prefer paper cards.
Domtar will be featured in the “Military Makeover” series airing on Lifetime TV. Learn about the show’s visit to Kingsport Mill to interview some of our veteran colleagues about their transition from military to civilian life.
Our Windsor Mill boasts 155 years of pulp and paper manufacturing in Windsor, Québec. Learn how the mill helped shape the area’s landscape and economy through its sustainable forestry practices, environmental initiatives and community relations.
Our sustainability efforts are good for the environment and good for our business. They also contribute to our safety culture. Learn about the connection between safety and sustainability and why it matters to our colleagues.
Are print magazines dying? Absolutely not, says Dr. Samir Husni. The man known throughout the publishing industry as Mr. Magazine says the future of magazines is bright indeed. Find out why.
Domtar has often been recognized for including women in corporate leadership. We asked Domtar Board Member Pamela Strobel about her experiences as a woman leader in a predominately male world and her thoughts on today’s focus on gender inclusivity.
Marie Cyr shares her Domtar journey, from engineering pioneer as Windsor Mill’s first female engineer to general manager of the Dryden Mill. Learn more about women in manufacturing at Domtar.
We’re committed to following sustainable forestry principles. That’s why we proudly support the new FSC standard for certification in Canada. Learn more about the efforts we’re taking in the Canadian forests that supply our Dryden Mill.
For the seventh time since 2012, we received the AF&PA Leadership in Sustainability Award for Sustainable Forest Management, which honors our efforts to reduce certification barriers for small landowners. See why responsible forest management matters.
Did you know the novel “Carrie” almost ended up in the trash? Find out how it was saved, and read other facts about Stephen King, one of America’s most beloved — and most prolific — authors.