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Residents say UBC-O flouting court decision

UBC Okanagan and residents who live nearby are at odds over a recent B.C. Supreme Court ruling that deals with a controversial pathway from Curtis Road to the UBC Okanagan campus.

The pathway has been a point of contention for a decade.

Property owners along Curtis Road say students are trespassing on private lands by using the pathway as a shortcut to campus.

Last week, the Supreme Court of B.C. issued a decision on matter -- but the residents and the university are now at odds over what that decision means.

Tom Smithwick is the lawyer representing four residents of Curtis Road. He spoke with Daybreak host Chris Walker.
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