- Canadian city gets backup water supply ready after oil spill
PRINCE ALBERT, Saskatchewan (AP) — Officials in Saskatchewan are preparing a city of more than 35,000 people to deal with the disruption of its water supply as oil from a pipeline leak makes it way along a major river in the province.
- Canadian energy company says crude oil has leaked into river
MAIDSTONE, Saskatchewan (AP) — Canadian energy company Husky Energy says between 52,834 gallons (200,000 liters) and 66,043 gallons (250,000 liters) of crude oil and other material has leaked into the North Saskatchewan River in west-central Canada.
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