Type of entity
Authorized form of name
Canadian Pulp and Paper Association (B.C. Division)
Parallel form(s) of name
Standardized form(s) of name according to other rules
Other form(s) of name
Identifiers for corporate bodies
Dates of existence
1945 – 1966.
The Canadian Pulp and Paper Association was founded in 1942, with the goal to represent the interests of companies that produce pulp, paper and paperboard in British Columbia. Its main objectives was the dissemination of pulp and paper information, involvement in workers compensation and safety, promoting favourable legislation, ensuring favourable freight and transportation rates, and maintaining statics and inventories of log production.
The CPPA was divided into several committees include the executive committee, the financial committee, the forestry committee, press committee, company comptroller committee, safety committee, traffic committee, a public relations and publicity committee and a technical section.
In 1960 CPPA became a member of the Council of Forest Industries, which it later amalgamated with in 1969.