Judge grants temporary injunction at Fairy Creek, citing economic harm to logging company

Anti-logging protesters remain at Fairy Creek on Sept. 29, 2021, after a court decision not to extend an injunction against blockading the work of Teal Jones. (Ken Mizokoshi/CBC)

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A B.C. Court of Appeal judge has granted a temporary injunction at a logging site on southern Vancouver Island, where protesters, police and loggers have been at odds for more than a year.

Justice Sunni Stromberg-Stein cited the potential economic harm to Teal Jones if there were no injunction in place as the reason for her decision Friday afternoon. 

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Source: CBC News

 

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