Are you looking for a way to make Valentine’s Day special this year? Why not send a handwritten love letter to that special someone in your life? Find out why handwritten letters mean more.
A bullet journal offers a unique, nondigital way to write notes, create lists, manage events and more. Find out how the bullet journal trend works and how you can make one by putting pen to paper.
Postcards made a comeback with our Put It on a Postcard campaign. Take a look at some of the wonderful postcards we received in the mail this summer, as well as postcards shared online with our #PutItOnAPostcard hashtag.
New research shows that students and parents overwhelmingly prefer paper to technology when it comes to education. Find out why paper remains essential for productive learning in the latest Paper and Packaging Board Back-to-School Report.
Students from the Trésor-du-Boisé elementary school and seniors from the Les Verrières du Golf retirement center in Montréal spent six months writing letters to each other as part of Domtar’s PaperPal program.
Postcards make great vacation souvenirs, and they’re a wonderful way to share memories with the people you love. Join our Put It on a Postcard campaign by sending and sharing postcards as you enjoy your summer travels.
Even in the digital age, letter writing is still an important vehicle for communication, and it offers cognitive benefits to children and adults alike. Our PaperPal program brings letter writing to life for kids and seniors.
The Paper and Packaging Board’s new campaign, Letters of Peace, shares inspirational letters from people who have overcome tragedy and found new purpose. Their handwritten letters encourage readers to write their own stories.
When it comes to learning, paper plays an incredibly important role. The Paper and Packaging Board’s 2016 back-to-school report explains why students are more engaged and better prepared when using paper for their academic pursuits.