On the 14th of September, Puget Sound Anarchists blockaded a road used for industrial logging on so-called British Columbia on unceded Pacheedaht territory to stop the Teal Jones company from logging on indigenous land that was never given to so-called Canada. This action took place on the north side of Edinburgh Mountain on so-called Vancouver Island. The blockade succeeded in stopping logging for days before it was cleared and normal activities resumed.
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