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Canadian Pacific Forest Products Limited will close its Thunder Bay stud lumber mill for good on Dec. 20. "Despite many efforts attempted over the past years to improve the profitability of this operation, the stud lumber mill remains unprofitable, and the prospects for improvement are extremely poor, explained David R. Burrows, manager of the Thunder Bay mill operations. The closure will affect 77 employees who can use their seniority rights to retain other jobs within the Thunder Bay mill complex.
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Title Annotation:Forestry News; Canadian Pacific Forest Products Ltd. to close its Thunder Bay, Ontario's stud lumber mill
Publication:Northern Ontario Business
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Nov 1, 1991
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