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Mining company is granted injunction for prevention of blockades by protestors

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A Mining company successfully applied for an interim and interlocutory injunction to enjoin blockades that prevented access to a mine site. The blockades had been formed by a group composed of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal protestors who wanted to stop construction of the mine. The injunction allowed the construction of the mine to continue. Fasken Martineau was counsel to the mining company throughout the injunction application process, with a team that included Chuck Willms, Kevin O’Callaghan, Rob Lonergan, Bridget Gilbride, and Kerry Kaukinen. Read the Court's decisions here:Red Chris Development Company Ltd. v. Quock and others, 2014 BCSC 2025 Red Chris Development Company Ltd. v. Quock, 2014 BCSC 2399



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