The local activist is calling on citizens to keep up the fight for justice regarding the Lemon Creek fuel spill.
Marilyn Burgoon in the Slocan Valley has received confirmation from the Public Prosecution Service of Canada that investigators have submitted a report to Federal Crown.
Counsel must still decide if charges should be laid.
Burgoon and other environmental advocates want to see someone held responsible for the spill of 30,000 litres of aviation fuel into the creek in 2013.
She hopes the new federal government will proceed.
They intervened in Burgoon’s private case and then stayed the charges. That was to allow for the completion of the investigation by BC’s Conservation Service and Environment Canada.