B.C. logs sailing away to U.S.

What a sad sight. Hundreds of B.C. logs heading south on a barge to the U.S. and then who knows where.

We were on the waters in our boat off Sidney on July 31 and watched a tug and barge coming from B.C. waters heading south past Stuart Island to the U.S.

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Why are we exporting raw logs? Lost jobs for B.C. workers. This is happening while mill closures are taking place.

We should be banning exports of raw logs.

Ian Munroe


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