Northern Pulp receives order from Minister on continued Boat Harbour use

ABERCROMBIE – Northern Pulp received an order from Nova Scotia’s Minister of Environment Gordon Wilson directing the on-going use of the Boat Harbour wastewater treatment plant until the end of April 2020. The order and its 38 pages of terms and descriptions was issued on Tuesday. It applies to general operations that were to end...

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Mill files Supreme Court challenge

ABERCROMBIE  – Northern Pulp filed a motion in Supreme Court of Nova Scotia today. The company is challenging Environment Minister Gordon Wilson’s decision requiring an Environmental Assessment Report for the company’s proposed effluent treatment facility. It filed a request with the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia for a judicial review of Wilson’s Dec. 17, 2019,...

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Northern Pulp responds to premier’s announcement

Northern Pulp Nova Scotia Corporation, a Paper Excellence Company, responded by email earlier today to Premier Stephen McNeil’s decision to honour the Boat Harbour Act. The following is a statement from Brian Baarda, CEO, Paper Excellence Canada, the parent company of Northern Pulp” “We are deeply disappointed in the Government of Nova Scotia’s decision with...

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Northern Pulp says it’s prepared to shut down operations without extension to Boat Harbour Act deadline

ABERCROMBIE – While forestry workers, Northern Pulp workers and supporters rallied outside of the Nova Scotia Legislature today to support the jobs that will be lost if the mill closes, the company issued a statement promising it would close if there is no extension to the Boat Harbour Act deadline. Brian Baarda, CEO, Paper Excellence...

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No pipe. Not yet

Northern Pulp’s effluent pipe proposal continues to remain in limbo. Environment Minister Gordon Wilson has sought an environmental assessment report from Northern Pulp for its proposed effluent treatment plant, which will delay his decision. Wilson announced his request on Tuesday morning as part of a media teleconference. A copy of his letter to Northern Pulp’s...

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Northern Pulp submits focus report for proposed effluent treatment plant

ABERCROMBIE – Today, October 2, Paper Excellence Canada and Northern Pulp Nova Scotia Corporation submitted the company’s proposed wastewater treatment facility focus report to Nova Scotia’s Minster of Environment, following an additional extensive period of scientific study. “Northern Pulp is committed to continuing to create well-paying jobs for Nova Scotians, support the region’s economy, protect...

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