Oily sheen on Alberta river spreads t...

Oily sheen on Alberta river spreads to Fort Chipewyan; water intake still closed

There are 1 comment on the Brandon Sun story from Jul 9, 2013, titled Oily sheen on Alberta river spreads to Fort Chipewyan; water intake still closed. In it, Brandon Sun reports that:

An oily sheen is seen on the Athabasca River near Fort Chipewyan, Alta., in this July 6, 2013 handout photo.

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Hun

Gabriola, Canada

#1 Jul 10, 2013
What the natives and the enviro-freaks do not want you to know is that natural oil seepage into the environment is equal to the spillage from the Exxon Valdes,every single day.

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