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  • Scenes from the police action against the Caycuse old-growth logging blockade



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    Great photos. Pay particular attention to slides 14 and 23. In the first (14), there are 14 big burly cops on hand to arrest a grandmother and a musician. In the second it took 5 or 6 guys to hold a tarp up so media can't see what's going on. To ensure justice is done there's no shortage of manpower to bully ethically-motivated citizens, but this same organization is practically useless at controlling serious crime in places like Surrey and Langford.

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  • The NDP's old-growth logging deferrals

    The map below shows FLNRORD's mapping of the 9 areas where logging deferrals were announced in September 2020. It also shows the intended deferral in the Central Walbran Valley, which has not been publicly announced. The mapping below shows that very little actual old-growth forest was included in the 9 deferrals that were announced. The Clayoquot deferrals includes a large part of Strathcona Park, as well as several parks in the Sound area, none of which were in any danger of being logged. Read more about this issue here.



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