J.D. Irving, the largest forestry company in New Brunswick, presented to the Standing Committee examining glyphosate use in our forest on the final day of public hearings late last month.
The company presented on Sept. 21— the day the committee was originally slated to begin deliberations on the evidence presented during the hearings in June and early September—following a letter from co-CEO Jim Irving to the committee chair saying he was “very disappointed” the company hadn’t been invited to the June meetings.
Source: NB Media Co-op
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