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    :: Wednesday, August 23, 2006 ::

    Logs a raw issue - Cowichan Valley News Leader, Canada
    The two appointees are expected to consult with interested parties, including unions, forestry associations, industry, communities and government, yet local MLA Doug Routley feels the public will be left out of the decision-making process.

    'I think it's a glaring omission to leave the public's input out of this,' Routley said. 'Coleman has repeatedly told us that B.C. was driving the bus on the softwood deal. Now it looks like the bus has hit the ditch.

    'This review should be undertaken with the intent of eliminating the export of raw logs.'
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