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Husky Energy gives Saskatchewan First Nation compensation for oil spill

A Saskatchewan First Nation has received compensation from Husky Energy due to damage from its oil spill in July.

Husky spokesman Mel Duvall said the James Smith Cree Nation has been given money, but he wouldn’t say how much. 129 more words


Calgary oilsands developer applauds Alberta NDP's approval of multi-billion dollar project

The developer of a multi-billion dollar oilsands project says approval announced Thursday by the Alberta government is critical to raising money or finding a partner with deep pockets to go ahead with construction. 208 more words


Cities affected by Husky oil spill can open intakes on North Saskatchewan River

Communities affected by an oil spill into the North Saskatchewan River are being told it’s OK to start using the water again.

Saskatchewan’s Water Security Agency… 261 more words


Independent report looks at Husky response to Saskatchewan oil spill

If Husky Energy reacted sooner to an oil spill in the North Saskatchewan River, downstream drinking water likely wouldn’t have been affected, according to a co-author of an independent report on the incident. 357 more words


North Battleford, Sask. lifts all watering restrictions following oil spill

Officials in a Saskatchewan city affected by an oil spill say all watering restrictions have been lifted.

But North Battleford residents are still being asked to use water in moderation and follow an alternating schedule for watering their lawns. 113 more words


Saskatchewan water intakes closed after oil spill could reopen before winter

The Saskatchewan Water Security Agency (WSA) is hopeful communities affected by the Husky Energy oil leak will be able to turn on their water intakes before freeze up. 307 more words


North Battleford, Sask. lifts business water restrictions following oil spill

Water restrictions put in place for businesses in North Battleford, Sask., have been lifted over a month after the Husky oil spill into the North Saskatchewan River. 212 more words