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Irving Pulp and Paper's illegal dumping trial set for late October in Nova Scotia

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Irving Pulp and Paper's illegal dumping trial set for late October in Nova Scotia

February 24, 2017 - 14:53

SAINT JOHN, NB, Feb. 24, 2017 (CBC) -Six weeks have been set aside for Irving Pulp and Paper's trial on 15 counts of dumping a harmful substance into the St. John River at Saint John.

The company has pleaded not guilty to violating the federal Fisheries Act at its Reversing Falls Mill over a two-year period from June 2014 through August 2016.

In each case, the mill is alleged to have deposited a harmful substance in waters frequented by fish.

CBC - Irving Pulp and Paper's illegal dumping trial set for late October

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