Protesters opposed to old-growth logging in B.C. have blocked the North Shore's bridges and highways three times in the last two weeks, along with Highway 1 in Burnaby.
The group behind the civil disobedience says they will be escalating their actions until the B.C. government halts logging activities.
But how do the North Shore's residents and commuters feel?
North Shore News polled 1,268 readers and asked the question: What do you think of old-growth logging protesters blocking the North Shore's bridges?
The poll ran from April 6 to 14. Of the 1,268 votes, we can determine that 565 are from within the community. The full results are as follows:
The province recently announced an old-growth logging deferral plan, which has secured 1.7 million hectares from destruction.
Results are based on an online study of adult North Shore News readers that are located in North Vancouver and West Vancouver. The margin of error – which measures sample variability – is +/- 2.74%, 19 times out of 20.
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