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CANADIAN PULP AND PAPER INDUSTRY

Imagine a roof made up of numerous stylized evergreen trees in different shades of green that resembles a cartoon forest. Now you have a good idea of what the roof of the Canadian Pulp and Paper pavilion on Île Notre-Dame looks like. This is the perfect place to learn about the history of the manufacturing and use of paper, and the importance of this industry in Canada. Visitors can see demonstrations of people making paper by hand and learn about the chemical methods involved in paper production. The forest, which has fascinated human beings since the beginning of time, has inspired many stories and legends in all cultures; a sampling of these stories and legends is presented here. Excellent use is made of audiovisual presentations as well.

 

 

 



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