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The blockade at Vancouver Island’s Fairy Creek has reignited the debate on logging old growth timber in B.C., one that has been going on since at least the 1970s.

Successive governments in B.C. have protected more forested land, including old growth stands, but none have committed to ending the logging of old growth. At issue are the competing demands of protecting unique ecosystems that take hundreds of years to regenerate, and the economic value of old growth timbers.

What do you think?

READ MORE: B.C. approves deferral of old growth logging at Fairy Creek


Gilles St Pierre

Jun 4th, 2021

Mavis Doreen Somerville

May 31st, 2021

Elisabeth Tielens

May 29th, 2021

Loreen Hutchison

May 26th, 2021