B.C. mills begin reducing operations due to shortages and rising costs

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VICTORIA — B.C.’s pulp-and-paper industry has begun reducing operations amid growing concerns about a shortage of wood chips, waste or other fibre to supply its mills.

Starting Oct. 29, the Cariboo Pulp and Paper mill will curtail operations for 16 days, affecting 160 workers in Quesnel.


Source: Vancouver Sun


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