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vancouver: In fact, the parent company is one of many creditors, according to Vancouver Courier. Robb added the settlement stipulated that Metro Vancouver allow the company to change its name to 00891775 B.C. Ltd., which the provincial court system will register when posting the Feb. 22, 2019, court order. Avoiding potentially millions of dollars in fines for emitting pungent odours across the region, Harvest Fraser Richmond Organics Ltd., a subsidiary of U.S. company Harvest Power, agreed in B.C. Provincial Court to pay 300,000 for polluting on Nov. 17 and Nov. 25, 2016, for violations of Metro Vancouver Regional District's air quality bylaw.article continues below Trending Stories Construction company sues Vancouver School Board for 10.9 million Hellenic Community of Vancouver cancels right-wing event as threats escalate Pets may help open Asian doors for B.C. pot companies Vision Vancouver will not run a mayoral candidate for first time in party's history The two 150,000 fines are the biggest in Metro Vancouver history but are unlikely to be paid in full because of the way the parent company structured the subsidiary, said Ray Robb, Metro Vancouver's manager of air quality of enforcement. Robb said Metro Vancouver was to charge Harvest with dozens of counts of pollution, which carried fines of up to 1 million per day. But, said Robb, it was those two days that were a slam dunk for the district as there were environmental officers in the field collecting evidence, numerous complaints from Richmond residents were received and the wind didn't change all day, which made it easy to pinpoint the source of the odour. The district had evidence of pollution from Sept. 1, 2016, to Nov. 16, 2016, as well as the two days noted in the settlement. ( As reported in the news.