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Catalyst Paper enters into Agreement to sell U.S. mills

Friday, May 25, 2018

Richmond, BC – Catalyst Paper (“Catalyst”) announced today that it has entered into a Sales and Purchase Agreement with ND Paper LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Nine Dragons Paper (Holdings) Ltd.(“ND Paper”), a Hong Kong Stock Exchange listed company, for the sale of Catalyst’s U.S. operations to ND Paper for US$175 million.

Catalyst Paper Disappointed with U.S. Department of Commerce’s Preliminary Anti-Dumping Decision

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Company will continue to vigorously defend itself against unwarranted and onerous trade action

Richmond, (BC) – Catalyst Paper will continue to vigorously defend itself against an unwarranted and onerous U.S. trade action following today’s disappointing decision by the U.S. Department of Commerce that it will impose a 22.16% anti-dumping duty deposit on the company’s exports of uncoated groundwood paper products. Uncoated groundwood directory paper was excluded from the duty.

Water Use Plan Development Underway for the Cowichan Watershed

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Duncan, BC – Changes in the demand for water, including environmental flow needs, as well as changing climate and land use changes in the watershed over the past 50 years are challenging the security and availability of water to meet the community’s needs. This has been increasingly evident over past years where there has been scarcity of water in the Cowichan River system over the summer months. To help address these issues, work has begun to create a Water Use Plan.