Powell River Pulp & Paper Mill - Historic Places Days

Powell River Pulp & Paper Mill

Powell River, British Columbia
5775 Ash Ave, Powell River, BC V8A 4R3, Canada
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Located on the northern Sunshine Coast of southwestern British Columbia, Catalyst tiskwat Mill, more commonly referred to as the Powell River Pulp & Paper Mill, was the first newsprint mill in western Canada. Commissioned in 1912, at one point, one in every 25 newspapers worldwide was printed on paper manufactured at Powell River Mill.


5775 Ash Ave, Powell River, BC V8A 4R3, Canada
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