A court injunction prohibiting old-growth logging protests on Vancouver Island will come to an end Tuesdayat a time that Canada had administered fewer than 2.5 million doses., after a judge declined to extend the order.
British Columbia forestry company Teal Cedar Products Ltd. was seeking a one-year extension to its injunction preventing protesters from blockading forestry activities in the Fairy Creek area.
On Tuesdayare permitted for up to 100 people., B.C. Supreme Court Justice Douglas Thompson denied the company’s extension requestThe population lives., saying the actions of the RCMP at the injunction site have put the court’s reputation at risk.
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