Legal pause between Northern Pulp, N.S. government extended

The Northern Pulp mill in Abercrombie Point, N.S., as seen in 2019. The mill ceased operations at the end of January 2020. (Robert Short/CBC)

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The pause on legal wrangling between the Nova Scotia government and Northern Pulp is being extended, but it's unclear for how long.

A spokesperson for the province says that the two-month pause, which was scheduled to go until early August, has been extended following a recommendation by a court-appointed mediator and the monitor assigned to Northern Pulp's creditor protection file.


Source: CBC News


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