Crown land access ruling expected Friday

A decision on the court case involving a lawsuit pertaining to lake access in the Nicola Valley will be handed down on Friday.

The Nicola Valley Fish and Game Club is suing the Douglas Lake Cattle Company for allegedly blocking public access to Minnie and Stoney Lake.

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B.C. Supreme Court Justice Joel Groves will deliver his decision in the case at 11 a.m. at the Kamloops Law Courts.

Go online to kamloopsthisweek.com to read about the decision. Search “Douglas Lake” on the website to read all previous stories on the trial.

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