Making a Difference in Local Communities

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Making a Difference in Local Communities

With thirteen pulp and paper mills located throughout North America, actively contributing to the sustainable development of the communities in which we operate is in Domtar's fiber. We support a wide range of volunteer and charitable causes in these areas, with a special emphasis on sustainability, education and literacy.

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Domtar’s EarthChoice Ambassadors: Making the Domtar Difference
There are many factors that make up the Domtar difference. One of them is our EarthChoice Ambassador (ECA) program. ECA is an employee engagement program that began in 2010 to promote sustainable principles throughout the company. Our ECA members are committed to promoting sustainable practices by...
Sep 12, 2018 8:55 AM ET
Partnership Promotes Classroom Reading Goal: 15 Pages A Day
The Paper and Packaging Board’s 15 Pages A Day campaign, which promotes reading on paper and illustrates the benefits of reading 15 pages each day, has recently made its way to classroom curricula around the country. Through a partnership...
Sep 10, 2018 9:25 AM ET
Domtar and SCA Clean Up Parks in Two of Our Communities
Domtar volunteers in Missouri and Ontario invested hundreds of volunteer hours this spring to clean up community parks, with help from the Student Conservation Association (SCA). Participating in an SCA clean up is a great way for our colleagues to give back to the communities in which...
Sep 4, 2018 9:05 AM ET
Domtar Celebrates Earth Week Year-Round
  Domtar’s celebration of International Earth Day starts early, with a weeklong emphasis leading up to the worldwide day on April 22. We call it Earth Week, and we’ll spend it focusing on the natural gifts of our planet and giving back to our communities. This year, ...
Apr 25, 2017 10:45 AM ET
Domtar’s STEM Program Works to Build Future Leaders
The United States is a world leader thanks in large part to the work of the its scientists, engineers, mathematicians and innovators. Our future success depends on the work of the next generation’s brilliant minds, who will seek out innovative solutions to current — and currently unknown — problems. But, according to the U.S. Department...
Apr 20, 2017 12:00 PM ET