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Recycled bales being reprocessed are shown in this file photo. (Christinne Muschi/Christinne Muschi for The Globe and Mail)
Recycled bales being reprocessed are shown in this file photo. (Christinne Muschi/Christinne Muschi for The Globe and Mail)

Cascades says Ontario mill won't be shuttered Add to ...

Cascades Inc. says it no longer plans to close its containerboard mill in Trenton, Ont. — saving 130 jobs.

The Quebec-based paper and packaging company had said last month that the Norampac Trenton mill would close by June 1 due to unresolved negotiations with its unionized workers.

Cascades says mill employees have now ratified a contract that allows the plant to remain open.

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The company’s chief executive, Andre Depin, says the mill will still face challenges but Cascades can now work on a plan for its long-term survival.

The plant makes material used in corrugated packaging.

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