Saturday, February 16, 2019

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Federal Government Forwards Legislation to Enhance Protection of Coastal Waters

The Canadian government is modernizing and improving its management of marine safety in response to the growth of overseas trade and the movement of...

New Agreement with First Nations to Protect Coastal Waterways in B.C.

On National Indigenous Peoples Day, First Nations leaders and the Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, welcomed a new agreement between the Government of...

Haida Nation Applies Traditional Knowledge to Protect Coastline

The Haida Nation and Transport Canada have revised a regional plan for B.C.’s coastline to ensure that ships in need of assistance have a...

BC to Further Regulate Bitumen Transport to Avoid Potential Oil Spills

British Columbia announced that it is preparing a second phase of regulations to improve preparedness, response, and recovery from potential oil spills and protect...

Report: Flawed Inspection Procedures Caused Crude Oil Leak into Alberta Creek

In its investigation report (P17H0019) released today, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) determined that the lack of detailed inspection procedures contributed to the March 2017 crude...

Riverbank Stability Issues at Fault with Husky Oil Spill

Husky Oil has released a report that would suggest the cause of the pipeline leak that spilled 90,000 litres of crude into the North...

Saskatchewan Agency Releases Results of Water Quality Sampling after Husky Oil...

The Water Security Agency (WSA) in Saskatchewan  released the first results of its ongoing water quality testing on the North Saskatchewan River and Saskatchewan...

Husky Energy Oil Spill Update

Two weeks ago, a Husky Energy pipeline spilled more than 200,000 litres of oil in the North Saskatchewan River in Prince Albert, Sask. Husky...

Muskoday First Nation in State of Emergency Over Water Supply

The Muskoday First Nation have declared a state of emergency as the community’s water supply has been shut off for four days due to...

Oil Spill Clean Up to Take Longer Then Expected: Mayor

After Environment and Climate Change Canada confirmed the presence of subsurface oil in the North Saskatchewan River in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Mayor Greg Dionne,...

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