Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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PR07 - (Sask-Oil-Spill)

REGINA. x-14s. Husky Energy is going to see how much more oil -- if any -- can be cleaned up from a major spill last July on the North Saskatchewan River. The company has started more shoreline clean up and assessment into the leak of 225-thousand litres of heavy oil mixed with diluent. Wes Kotyk (COT'-ick), an assistant deputy minister with Saskatchewan's Ministry of Environment, says Husky's cleanup work will involve 55 people, some on boats, as well as dog handlers moving up and down the shoreline to find possible cleanup spots.

("...as they're identified.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

TAG: The spill started near Maidstone, Saskatchewan, on the banks of the river, with about 40 per cent of the oil reaching the river. …

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