Catalyst Q2 results impacted by asset write-down

Richmond, (BC) – Catalyst Paper (TSX:CTL) recorded a net loss of $368.4 million ($0.96 per common share) on sales of $299.4 million for the second quarter of 2010. Results were significantly impacted by after-tax impairment and closure costs of $302.0 million on the permanent closure of the Elk Falls and Paper Recycling Divisions.

Catalyst reaches new 5-year labour agreement with unions

Richmond, BC – Catalyst Paper reached new labour agreements with unions representing more than 1,000 paper and pulp workers at the company’s Crofton, Port Alberni and Powell River mills. The new contracts will go into effect at the expiry of the current contract on April 30, 2012.

Catalyst receives final TSX listing approval and initiates program to assist small shareholders

Friday, January 4, 2013

Richmond, BC – Catalyst Paper Corporation announced today that final approval has been received for listing on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) of its new class of common shares (new Shares) created pursuant to its reorganization under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act that completed on September 13, 2012. The new Shares will begin trading on the TSX on January 7, 2013 under the trading symbol “CYT”.

Catalyst Snowflake Mill to take production curtailment

Richmond, BC – Catalyst Paper (TSX:CTL) today announced that its Snowflake mill will curtail production by approximately 5,500 tonnes of recycled newsprint in order to adjust for limited availability of affordable, quality waste paper.

Catalyst to permanently close Snowflake recycle paper mill

Richmond, BC – Catalyst Paper today announced the permanent closure of its Snowflake recycle mill located in northeastern Arizona and its subsidiary the Apache Railway Company. This follows extensive efforts to improve the operation’s financial performance in the face of intense supply input and market pressures. The operation is scheduled to shut production on September 30, 2012.

City of Port Alberni and Catalyst Paper reach agreement for wastewater treatment facility and land

The City of Port Alberni and Catalyst Paper are moving forward with key strategic initiatives after reaching an agreement-in-principle for the purchase of the company’s wastewater treatment facility and additional lands.

The agreement, valued at $5.75 million consists of two parts: acquisition of the 13.4 hectare wastewater treatment facility located across the Alberni Inlet and secondly, 3.9 hectares of land combined with a road dedication (part of the Redford Street extension arrangement) to facilitate the development of an industrial truck route along the waterfront.

Creditors approve Catalyst Paper restructuring plan

Richmond, BC – Catalyst Paper Corporation is pleased to announce that the company has received the necessary creditor approval for its second amended plan of arrangement under the Companies Creditors Arrangement Act in Canada. Approval of more than 99 per cent of secured and unsecured creditors was received in votes cast in person and by proxy at meetings held today in Richmond, BC.

Foreign exchange, rising costs impact Catalyst Paper in Q1

Richmond, (BC) – Catalyst Paper (TSX:CTL) posted a net loss of $12.9 million ($0.03 per common share) on sales of $303.6 million in the first quarter of 2011, reflecting a post-holiday season plateau in paper markets. Sales revenues were negatively impacted by the above-par Canadian dollar; however a foreign exchange gain was recorded on the translation of U.S. dollar denominated debt. In the previous quarter, net earnings of $9.6 million ($0.02 per common share) were recorded on sales of $333.6 million.

Kevin J. Clarke named Catalyst Paper President & Chief Executive

Richmond, BC – Catalyst Paper (TSX:CTL) announced, today, the appointment of Kevin J. Clarke as President and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Clarke is a seasoned print industry executive bringing nearly three decades of experience with World Color (Quebecor World) to his new role at Catalyst.

Port Alberni energy generation set to get more efficient

Port Alberni, BC – Catalyst Paper (TSX:CTL) today announced $4.7 million in Federal funding approval for a capital upgrade at its Port Alberni mill.  This will improve the efficiency and reliability of biomass-based energy generation, while further reducing greenhouse gas and other air emissions.  The project is funded entirely by the Pulp and Paper Green Transformation Program (PPGTP) credits, earned through production of black liquor at the Crofton pulp operation in 2009.<--break->

Re-build of Port Alberni-area dam set to begin

Port Alberni, BC – Catalyst Paper (TSX:CTL) is about to begin re-building the Robertson Creek Dam.  Catalyst is undertaking this work in a strategic alliance with the Hupacasath First Nation.  The dam is located in Hupacasath traditional territory, and the first nation has been actively engaged in long-standing efforts to advance the re-build project.

Town of Snowflake announces cooperation agreement to secure long-term viability of Apache Railroad

SNOWFLAKE, AZ, Nov. 27, 2012 – The Town of Snowflake today announced that Catalyst Paper Corporation and its United States affiliates will be working cooperatively with the Town as Catalyst seeks to sell the Apache Railway Company as an operating railroad.  The Town believes that this approach will serve to ensure the long-term viability of the railroad and its place in the community, both today and for the future.

Water flows to increase in Cowichan River

Crofton, BC – A joint agreement to increase water flows in the Cowichan River was reached between the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans, provincial Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations, Cowichan Tribes, Cowichan River Hatchery and Catalyst Paper, Crofton Division.


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