Minto Roy is a Founder and Managing Partner of Social Print Paper ltd. in Vancouver, Canada and the Co-creator of the forest free “Sugar Sheet” paper brand.

With the vision to create a world that never uses trees to make paper, Minto and his team work to advance the greater awareness and use of agricultural paper to support the paper and printing requirements of industry, gov’t and academic institutions. In collaboration with clients and distribution partners, Social Print Paper has saved millions of trees, minimized agricultural landfill waste and reduced the release of millions of kilograms of greenhouse gas emissions.

Minto has been recognized by Canada’s Clean50 as “One of Canada’s Top 50 Leaders in Sustainability” and by the National Post as “One of Canada’s Top Emerging Immigrant Entrepreneurs”.

Minto was also a Co-Owner of The Canadian Immigrant Magazine which he and his business partner sold to the Toronto Star News Paper in 2008. Today the Canadian Immigrant Magazine is a national publication read monthly by tens thousands of immigrants as a resource for advice and guidance for careers and day to day life in Canada.

Minto has presented at numerous global and national conferences including The Globe Series, Sustainable Brands and the Conference Board of Canada and the Mayor’s Council on the Effective Integration of New Immigrants into Canada’s Workforce.

Minto is a seasonal professor at BCIT’s Business Sustainability Program and serves on various advisory boards and committees including The Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters, Share-Reuse-Repair BC and The Ontario Education Collaborative Supplier Advisory Committee.