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NEWS RELEASE · 30th June 2010
CEP Local 298
Update The location has changed to the Riverlodge Community Room, same day, same time.

The Viability Report is Positive! Eurocan is Viable!

The new model is for a smaller operation, Sack Kraft produced on one machine thus reducing the overhead, reducing the environmental concerns, and creating a profitable business. The Northwest Forestry coalition can supply all the fiber required, the Viability group have hired the internationally respected Consulting firm, Poyry Forest Industry Consulting Incorporated, to promote the new mill and contact potential investors. Running parallel, the Viability Group is establishing a CO-OP to invest with the eventual successful investor if required.

We invite everyone throughout the community to come out to Mount Elizabeth Theater(The location has changed to the Riverlodge Community Room) on July the 6th at 7:00 pm to hear about how you can participate in the opportunity to not only invest in the mill but invest in the future of the entire Northwestern region of British Columbia.

Key players will be available to answer questions and explain why the new model will work where the old one failed. How we as a community can create 270 jobs at the mill and many more throughout the Northwest. Use our resources to create employment opportunities locally.

Do not forget your checkbook this opportunity is now, we have established a Trust Fund to facilitate the eventual transaction at Envision Financial, Kitimat.
The Viability Report is Positive press release
Comment by Randy Halyk on 30th June 2010
This is as big as or bigger than any economic development opportunity on the
horizon for Kitimat and is worthy of our full attention.