Boreal Forest in the News
High-stakes battle over mining rights
May 12 , 2008
OMPAH, Ont. – Frank Morrison knew immediately what the red metal tag meant. He didn't understand why it was on his land.
It was a crisp, sunny morning in October 2006. Morrison, retired from the advertising industry, was cutting wood on the rolling, 40-hectare property, 100 kilometres north of Kingston, that he and his wife Gloria moved to six years ago.
The tag was attached to a tree that had been chopped to just over a metre high. A straight row of pink ribbons ran from it into the bush. Other trees had been crudely blazed.
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