Students and seniors spent time writing letters to one another as part of a PaperPal program in Montreal

Montréal PaperPals Meet After Months of Writing Letters

Students from the Trésor-du-Boisé elementary school and seniors from Les Verrières du Golf retirement center in Montréal spent six months writing letters and exchanging them with each other as part…

Hatch Show Print Shop

A Lasting Impression: The Iconic Print Shop Hatch Show Print

This story originally appeared in volume five of Domtar’s Blueline Magazine. It has been edited for the Newsroom. For 138 years, the Nashville-based letterpress print shop Hatch Show Print has…

signatures are essential for protecting your identity

Please Sign Here: Unique Signatures Make the Case for Handwriting

In an increasingly digital world, the personal signature endures. The process of handwriting our names usually evolves from an elementary-school scrawl to a stylized script. We use our signature to…

paper sticks for lollipops

Paper Sticks: The Key to Cotton Swabs and Lollipops

rMedicine cabinets and candy jars are just two of the unexpected — and probably overlooked — places where Domtar is part of everyday life. For years, Domtar has supplied the…

inkjetprinting

The Rise of Commercial Inkjet Printing

In the past decade, inkjet printing technology has created a dramatic shift in the commercial printing industry thanks to its flexibility and affordability. Smithers Pira, a worldwide research authority on…

wood pulp market

Booming Wood Pulp Market Breeds New Products

Growing demand is breathing new life into the wood-fiber industry and spurring new wood pulp-based consumer products. Domtar is optimistic about the future of the wood pulp market, and we…

illegal logging

Domtar Supports Elimination of Illegal Logging Through Lacey Act

Illegal logging has some obvious effects, such as the destruction of forests and ecosystems, but it also results in economic and social effects that aren’t always apparent. According to a…

Alexandra Cooper is studying forestry

Domtar Forestry Programs Inspire a Future Forester

The pulp and paper industry came to Dryden, Ontario, in 1910 and became one of the small town’s main industries. Domtar bought the Dryden Mill in 2006 and embraced the…

student conservation association at Johnsonburg Community Center

Domtar Gives Back with the Student Conservation Association

The Student Conservation Association recently partnered with Domtar employees from the Raleigh, North Carolina office and the Johnsonburg, Pennsylvania mill on service projects to help restore two facilities in their…