North Cowichan enacts 60-day pause in consultations on forest reserve

Fears raised that process still won’t be transparent and accountable

The Municipality of North Cowichan has enacted a 60-day pause in its public engagement process on the future of the 5,000-hectare municipal forest reserve.

A press release from the municipality said the decision was made to allow time to facilitate a government-to-government consultation with local First Nations on the issue.

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