Photostory # 69: Research makes Finer "Fine Paper"
National Film Board of Canada
August 28, 1956
Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography fonds, National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives
Wood -- principal raw material used in paper-making -- is harvested in Canada's rich northern forests and floated to the mills in the colourful spring log drive. Converted to pulp, it is used to satisfy the demand of the giant newsprint industry and the more modest but important needs of Canada's fine paper industry.