WOODFIBRE was the site of a pulp mill on the west side of HOWE SOUND opposite BRITANNIA Beach. The mill opened at the mouth of Mill Creek in 1912, followed by a small townsite of white frame houses for the workers. The complex, which at times included a shingle mill and SAWMILL, obtained water from behind a dam on Henriette Lk in the mountains above. During the 1960s most employees moved off site and began commuting to work by ferry, and the townsite was demolished. The mill, owned by Western...

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