May 29/98: NB Lumber mills may be charged


Globe and Mail
May 29, 1998, p. A3
Canadian Press

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Fredericton - The province is warning lumber-mill operators they could be charged if they are caught buying wood from native loggers. Deputy Premier Doug Tyler said yesterday the warning is the latest step in the crackdown against illegal cutting by aboriginal loggers.

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