BC judge sides with Northern Pulp on creditor protection extension

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Creditor protection has been extended for Northern Pulp in Nova Scotia until the end of October, a B.C. Supreme Court judge has ruled. Justice Shelley Fitzpatrick is also allowing the company to use $8 million to pursue reopening efforts and advance legal action against the Nova Scotia government for the mill’s closure in 2020, CBC…

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