Five million litres of emulsion spilled into muskeg at the oilsands project southeast of Fort McMurray, Alta.
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"Today has been a very tough day indeed."
Shannon Phillips is working toward a different province than the one in which she grew up.
No surprises here.
Crude doldrums linger, squeezing the finances of the many Albertans who rely on oil and gas to make a living.
"If you think that things are going back to business as usual, you're in denial.''
Major energy projects such as pipelines will go through a "transition phase."
Among other things, the plan aims to cap oilsands emissions at 100 megatonnes annually.
"What is different about this is the speed of the downturn and the projected length."
Apache Canada Ltd. has been charged under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, the Public Lands Act and the Pipeline Act.
Canada's oil and gas industry is facing increased environmental and budgetary pressures.
"I think we see in Trudeau a pretty concerted effort to differentiate himself."
Police released tables and charts on Sunday that they say back up Chief Rod Knecht's claim.
Blake calls their comments "unjust.''
"You can say the crime rate is linked, to a certain degree, to the price of oil."
Notley said that she has never advocated for the Keystone XL.
Crews are now opening a second route to the site.
The report cites Norway and Australia as having regimes that work well.
Notley says Clinton's statement reaffirms that the project is a waste of time.
"I think that what we just heard is politics and not a lot more than that."
"The information we have to date indicates the well is still in an uncontained or blowout state."
Natural low-flow periods may return, thanks to climate change.
"It's absolutely the worst that we've seen the 21 years that I've been doing this."
Mowat says if they do this right, there may never be a need for another royalty review in Alberta.
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