Protesters against old-growth logging dig in as company appeals denial of court injunction | CBC News

All sides in the old-growth logging dispute dug in deeper Wednesday after a British Columbia Supreme Court judge refused to extend an injunction against protest blockades on southern Vancouver Island. On Wednesday, forest company Teal Cedar Products Ltd. filed to appeal the decision handed down Justice Douglas Thompson on Tuesday.  “To do otherwise would be to allow anarchy to reign over civil society, and for misinformation campaigns to win over fact,” a company statement read.  The logging company said if it cannot continue its work, it may be forced to lay off employees and shut down mills.

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