The Deputy Administrator granted a multi-year permit to the Ministry of Forests to apply Tordon K and Round-up in the Robson Valley District. Robson Alternatives to Pesticides appealed the permit and requested that the Board grant a stay against the use of the permit. The Deputy Administrator did not object to a stay provided it was done after the Ministry had completed its summer spray program. The Ministry did object saying a stay would put them in violation of the Weed Control Act if the stay were issued before the end of August.
The Board granted a stay finding no objection by the parties as long as it took effect after August 30, 1995.