History of Dryden Mill
Domtar’s Dryden Mill is located in Northwestern Ontario, along the Wabigoon Chain of Lakes. Originally discovered in the Canadian gold rush during the 1800s, Dryden is known for its diverse culture and outdoor adventures, even while representing the smallest community in the entire province of Ontario. With their many natural riches, the Dryden community was well suited for pulp and paper production, and represents the ideal place to call home for mill workers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Today, the Dryden mill employs over 300 individuals, producing high quality Northern Bleached Softwood Kraft (NBSK) pulp.