Kipawa

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Kipawa:

see TemiscamingTemiscaming
, Témiscamingue
, or Timiskaming
, town (1991 pop. 2,944), SW Que., Canada, at the south end of Lake Timiscaming, NE of North Bay. A paper mill is the town's most important industry. Gold, silver, cobalt, and arsenic are mined in the region.
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, Que., Canada.
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Tembec, a manufacturer of lumber, paper, pulp and high-purity cellulose, was established in 1973 in Temiscaming, Quebec. The company is regarded as a global leader in sustainable forestry practices.
The site is reported to be in the Western Quebec seismic zone, an earthquake belt that surrounds the Ottawa Valley from Montreal to the town of Temiscaming, Quebec, as well as the Laurentian Mountains and parts of Eastern Ontario.
Marc Champagne is with Tembec Inc, Temiscaming, Quebec JOZ 3R0, Canada.
in Temiscaming, Quebec, uses the PPS II on its ammonium bisulfite pumps.
By the 1970s the tough choices facing Canadian workers in the era of globalization were portrayed in films such as Martin Duckworth's Temiscaming, Quebec (1975) and Laura Sky's Shutdown (1980).
28 deal with the Temiscaming, Quebec forestry company to acquire the mill for the bargain price of $1.
Tembec, Temiscaming, Quebec, Canada, said it will shut down its Kirkland Lake, Ontario, sawmill indefinitely as a result of weakness in the softwood lumber market and punitive countervailing and antidumping duties imposed by the United States.
Since the buyout of the Canadian International Paper pulp mill in Temiscaming, Quebec by a coalition of managers, community members, and workers of Local 233 of the Canadian Paperworkers' Union in 1974 (the new company became Tembec), labour has had to invent new strategies to preserve jobs in certain communities where the owners of capital decided to close shop or downsize.
After months of negotiating, the deal with the struggling Temiscaming, Quebec forestry company was sealed Aug.
from Temiscaming, Quebec have announced their intention to join Palmarolle, Quebec's Cyclofor at the defunct Tembec site, which employed 78 people before shutting its doors.