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Ancient Forest Alliance campaigner TJ Watt beside an enormous, freshly fallen western red cedar.

Environmentalists accuse B.C. government of fudging the numbers to log some of the world's biggest trees

Environmentalists have accused the B.C. government of lying about the amount of majestic, centuries-old trees left standing in the province. The National Observer reported last month that the B.C. government, through B.C. Timber Sales, had approved permits for logging that saw some of the world’s biggest red cedar and Douglas fir trees cut down in the Nahmint Valley on Vancouver Island.