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Truckers continue dumping grain on B.C. highways

May 24, 2020 at 06:50 AM CST

Hall thinks southbound truckers are self-weighing their loads of grain during the night at unmanned weigh scales and finding a convenient place to lessen their load when they realize their actual weight. Under the Wildlife Act, fines vary up to $1, 000 for feeding animals and also disposing of waste. Dumping grain on the highway is considered littering, and fines can go up to $2,000 and six months in jail.