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Lafarge announced today that it will seek leave to appeal to the Court of Appeal from the June 18 decision of the Divisional Court. (See https://www.siskinds.com/2008/06/19/lafarge-victory/). Lafarge points out that the court’s ruling would discourage alternative energy investments in Ontario, and could result in the approval process doubling the cost of the project. Lafarge had applied to burn tires as fuel in its kiln, instead of fossil fuels.

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