The Fairy Creek, logging dispute protesters hit a victory when a court injunction to prevent protesters from blockading logger routes and equipment has been denied. A British Columbia Supreme Court judge has denied the forestry company’s application to extend the injunction against protesters opposed to the logging of old-growth trees in a remote area of southern Vancouver Island. Justice Douglas Thomas, as he says in a written decision that the factors in favour of extending the injunction of Fairy Creek, north of Port Renfrew. Do not outweigh the public interest in protecting the court’s reputation as a result he denied the extension of the injunction, the logging company is expected to appeal the decision. In another court, and hopes of regaining the injunction so that they can continue logging. This has been an ongoing dispute to curb the logging of old-growth trees who, to the forest, themselves can be protected, and along with it. This is also been a measure to help climate change. The ultimate expectation is for the Provincial Government to meditate a settlement between Indigenous People and the Logging Company.