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Muddy roads hamper logging trucks in northern British Columbia

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The damp cool spring and summer have turned resource roads in northern B.C. into a mucky, sloppy impassible mess. The Central Interior Trucking Association says it has forest companies spinning its tires, because logging contractors can't get into rain-soaked forests to collect their bounty of logs. Mary Anne Arcand speaks for the Association, and she joined Daybreak North host Robert Doane.

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