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Sept. 27, 2022
A large piece of land estimated to be worth millions of dollars in Parksville, B.C., is being turned over to the Nature Trust of B.C. and the Snaw’naw’as First Nation.
Some 71 acres of land beside Top Bridge Regional Park is being gifted to the two groups by construction company Emil Anderson Group.
The parcel will be named the Emil Anderson Legacy Forest and is valued at more than $5 million.
The land, which is located near the Englishman River, has been untouched since the construction company purchased it in 1960.
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