Critics concerned about lack of transparency in Saskatchwan oil/diluent spill

In a report from the Globe and Mail:

Last month more than 200,000 litres of oil spilled into the North Saskatchewan River. Officials have praised the company for its financial response to the crisis, but critics are concerned about the lack of transparency, Carrie Tait reports.

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One response to “Critics concerned about lack of transparency in Saskatchwan oil/diluent spill

  1. This is what Canadians all across this great nation have to look forward to if East Energy gets to run their dirty pipeline across this great country of ours…
    At what cost you say ? only our drinking water…
    I don`t care how much money they`ll throw at it…it will never be enough to compensate for so much loss…& this is exactly what will happen !!!!!
    Obviously our government are the only ones to benefit from this pipeline …they don`t give a rat`s ass about the people or the environment…& is that what Trudeau is doing over in China right now ??????
    They have no right to sell our country or our water down the drain !!!!!!!!

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