23 November 2021
Catalyst Mill Changing To Original Tla’amin Name.
POWELL RIVER , B.C.—
Catalyst Mill at Powell River
Catalyst Mill at Powell River
 The Paper Excellence company Catalyst mill is changing its name, in collaboration with Tla’amin Nation. The Mill will now be called tiskʷat (tees-kwat); the English translation is ‘big river.’ “This name change is a long time coming and an important gesture to repair harm,” said Hegus John Hackett. “Our ancestors will rejoice to hear this place once again being called tiskʷat, and Tla’amin looks forward to the hard and
Owns Catalyst Papers and is buying Domtar
Owns Catalyst Papers and is buying Domtar
productive conversations to come as we build a new relationship with Catalyst.” The land the mill was built on had once been a Tla’amin village site, before the peoples were displaced and relocated in the 1900’s. Paper Excellence the owner of the Catalyst Powell River mill is in the process of taking control of Domtar one of North Americas largest producers of uncoated printing papers . 
 
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