A massive spill at Husky Energy’s offshore SeaRose platform could kill thousands of birds.
Suspension comes two days after an estimated 250 cubic metres of oil leaked into the sea southeast of St. John’s.
Suit alleges damage has created health risks and crippled community’s ability to observe their Indigenous traditions.
Rupture last July spilled 225,000 litres of heavy oil mixed with diluent onto the bank of the North Saskatchewan River.
Investigations into the cause of the incident are still ongoing.
Company ordered to pay $350,000 in penalties for produced water pipeline spills.
Saskatchewan Water Security Agency confident most can be used before winter freeze.
Saskatchewan Water Security Agency reports 21 samples meet drinking water standards.
About 62,000 people have been affected by Husky Energy pipeline spill.
Water samples show oil levels higher than allowed per Canadian drinking water guidelines.
More than 250,000 litres of crude oil and other materials spilled into the North Saskatchewan River.
Chief says First Nations need to be part of the monitoring and regulating of the oil industry.
Husky Energy estimates up to 250,000 litres of oil and diluent spilled into the North Saskatchewan River.
2010 pipeline rupture sent three-million litres of crude oil into the Kalamazoo River and a tributary creek.
Shell believes a crack of up to 20 inches opened in the undergound line.