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Cold Lake Bitumen spill

Twenty members and supporters of the Cold Lake First Nation are doing a 100 kilometre walk of solidarity to protest the damage
The leak at the Primrose oilsands project in northern Alberta has likely contaminated groundwater aquifers, the province
According to new figures released by the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) the total amount of bitumen emulsion - a mixture of tar sands heavy crude and water - released on Canadian Natural Resources Ltd.'s (CNRL) Cold Lake Site is now more than 1.5 million litres, or the equivalent to more than 9600 barrels of oil.
Video source CBC An investigation into the cause of a major oil leak in northern Alberta is underway, but critics are calling
Video source CBC The company behind a persistent northern Alberta bitumen leak is sorry for the damage caused and admits