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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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Northern Pulp seeks extension

The clock is ticking for the Boat Harbour wastewater treatment facility in Pictou Landing. The Boat Harbour Act passed in 2015 stipulates that the facility must be closed by the end of January next year. Northern Pulp, however, is seeking an extension. The company, alongside the Paper Excellence Group, held a press conference in Halifax...

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Northern Pulp line springs another leak

A pipeline break was reported near Indian Cross Point in Pictou Landing Sunday morning before 10 a.m. “Bruce Chapman (Northern Pulp general manager) notified me about the break,” said Andrea Paul, chief of Pictou Landing First Nations. The site is about a half a kilometer from the road but not in the same site as...

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Students get big-time help

It has been said that all many of us need to succeed is a break, or a lift, or a second chance. Nova Scotia Community College students officially got a huge boost last week with the official launch of a public financial campaign called Make Way to complete the NSCC Foundation’s goal to raise $25...

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Northern Pulp boosts shutdown budget and workforce

Northern Pulp Nova Scotia Corporation has begun its annual maintenance shutdown to carry out preventative maintenance on non-operating equipment. The shutdown will see the mill’s workforce skyrocket from just over 330 to nearly 1,000 workers with tradespeople descending on the Pictou County region. The original shutdown budget of $8 million for the 10-day period has...

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