Protests over old-growth logging on Vancouver Island have sparked change, expert says | CBC News

Tindall said he believes certain changes would not have happened without the ongoing blockades near Port Renfrew, B.C. He points to the speed of the B.C. government’s decision to approve the request of three Vancouver Island First Nations to temporarily defer old-growth logging across about 2,000 hectares in the Fairy Creek and central Walbran areas, and to the federal Liberals’ election pledge to establish a $50-million old-growth fund.

Source: Protests over old-growth logging on Vancouver Island have sparked change, expert says | CBC News