Plaintiffs have successfully appealed stay of proceedings in Deer Lake Canal class action lawsuit

STAR FILE PHOTO - An excavator is seen in September 2014 in this flooded area found along the Deer Lake Canal.

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The effort to launch a class-action lawsuit against Corner Brook Pulp and Paper regarding alleged seepage from the Deer Lake Canal is heading back to the courtroom.

In December 2017, Justice David Hurley of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador put a virtual halt to the matter when he issued a stay of proceedings in the legal action being pursued by Deer Lake residents claiming their properties were damaged by water seeping from the canal.

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Source: The Western Star

 

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