By CTV News Staff, July 27, 2016
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says although Husky Energy appears to be doing what it can to clean up an oil spill that has affected drinking water in some communities, he is ‘not satisfied’ with the situation.
Speaking with reporters on Wednesday, Wall commented on the government and emergency response after a pipeline leaked approximately 200,000 to 250,000 litres of oil and oil thinning chemicals into the river near Maidstone, Sask. last week. The spill from Husky Energy, left several communities scrambling to protect their water supplies, or find alternative sources, as the oil slick moves downriver.