An agreement that could finally put an end to a two-year dispute over who is responsible for Marathon's dormant pulp mill could be approved by early next month.
The Ministry of Environment, former mill co-owner Tembec and other unnamed "parties" reached a tentative settlement on Friday.
Details haven't been released, but the ministry said Monday it could be endorsed by the province's Environmental Review Tribunal (ERT) on Oct. 6.
About a year's worth of negotiations have been going on to avoid a full ERT hearing.
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