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Northvolt had temporarily stopped construction work on its factory, while the Superior Court ruled on a request for an injunction.

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The Swedish company Northvolt will be able to continue its work on the site of its future battery factory in Montérégie, the Superior Court ruled on Friday.

Last week, the Quebec Environmental Law Center (CQDE) and three citizens filed a request for an injunction before the Superior Court to demand the immediate suspension of work on the future factory.

Tree felling work began last week on the site of the future factory in McMasterville and Saint-Basile-le-Grand, after the Ministry of Environment authorized the start of construction work on the factory.

The CQDE had requested the “suspension of this work which is worrying for biodiversity”.

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