Who knew something as small as a wood chip would have such a huge impact on an industry?

Information Morning - NS

As we've heard, many people who work in Nova Scotia's forest industry say their jobs will be in jeopardy if the Northern Pulp Mill closes. The company buys wood chips from the province's sawmills. If there's no market for the wood chips, many sawmill owners say they'll struggle to survive. And they say it will lead to job losses for truckers and wood harvesters. But there IS another pulp mill in the province. Earlier this week, Port Hawkesbury Paper confirmed ITS pulpwood supply is low. And they've had to buy wood and wood chips from New Brunswick and Quebec. Jeff Bishop is the executive director of Forest Nova Scotia.

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