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.
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.
Did you know that reading aids memory, slows cognitive decline and helps people learn? The Paper and Packaging Board recommends setting a reading goal of 15 pages a day. Find out why, and learn how you can take the pledge.
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.
For the second year, Domtar teamed up with the Dryden GM Ice Dogs hockey team and First Book to promote reading and education through a book giveaway for kids. The event included colleagues from Domtar’s Dryden Mill.
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.
Take a book, leave a book. A free book exchange is now available at Walter Elisha Park in Fort Mill, South Carolina, where Domtar recently partnered with the town to install a Little Free Library.
Thanks to the support of Domtar and its vendor partners, eight schools opened Ben Carson Reading Rooms this summer, giving students a fun place to read books. Domtar sponsored 10 reading rooms in 2016.
For the second year, Domtar will help support Tosa’s All-City Read in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. The event encourages residents read the same book at the same time to promote literacy and build a stronger community.