Jun 4/98: Native loggers force crews out


Globe and Mail
June 4, 1998, p. A3
Canadian Press

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Chipman N.B. - Aboriginal demonstrations put words to action yesterday and forced logging crews out of the woods of central New Brunswick. The non-violent protest by about 100 aboriginals targeted the powerful Irving forestry company and dramatically underscored the natives' insistence that if they can't log on Crown land, no one else can either.

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