Tolko appeals fine for 2012 landslide
Newly released provincial documents on the 2012 landslide in Cherryville, B.C., indicate that a nearby logging project helped trigger the incident.
Tolko is facing a $12,000 fine for failing to maintain proper surface drainage measures. Weyerhaeuser, the company that built the logging roads, is also facing a fine of $14,500 in connection with the slide. Both companies are challenging the fines.
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August 5, 2016 By Maria Church
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