Judge grants temporary injunction at Fairy Creek,

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A B.C. Supreme Court judge has granted a temporary injunction at a logging siteHowever, a group that represents front-line RCMP officers has pushed back agains?on southern Vancouver Island, where protestersHealth authorities say AstraZeneca shots for those 50 and older will be available immediately at special clinics, police and loggers have been at odds for more than a year.?

Madam 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.?

Lawyers for Teal Jones appeared in court?Friday to argue for an interim injunction?against old-growth logging blockades on southerns Jenna Moon?Vancouver Island, while the company appeals a Supreme Court decision last week?that put an end to its original injunction.

In September,?Justice Douglas Thompson denied an application to extend an injunction against old-growth logging blockades at Fairy CreekThe impact we have o, which had been in place since April, saying the actions of RCMP officers put the court’s reputation at risk and infringed on civil liberties.

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