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Steps taken in the last 24 hours
  • Continued activities to facilitate site access and limit impacts
  • Matting of access into the west side of the right of way and excavation of an additional recovery trench continued
  • Continued wildlife monitoring
  • Continued wildlife fencing around perimeter of impacted area
  • Continued to monitor 19 pitfall amphibians. A boreal chorus frog was captured in the high risk zone and was euthanized and frozen
  • Continued fluid recovery of north and south bell holes
  • Continued field screening for electrical conductivity, chlorides, and visual sheen
  • Maintenance of wildlife fencing and deterrents
  • Continued water sampling of Unnamed Lake and surrounding area
  • Continued aquatic assessments of the Unnamed Lake
  • Continued installation of drive point wells based on previous data interpretation and collected soils samples from well locations
  • Collected groundwater samples from drive point wells already installed
  • Continued work to expose pipeline for further inspections
  • Working with the AER on the plan to remove any emulsion from the pipe
  • Environment Canada (Wildlife Enforcement Division) onsite
Steps to be taken in the next 24 hours
  • Continue activities to facilitate site access
  • Continue aquatic assessments of Unnamed Lake
  • Continue installation of drive point wells based on previous data interpretation and collection of soil samples at the well locations.
  • Continue wildlife monitoring
  • Continue fluid recovery of north and south bell holes
  • Continue field screening for electrical conductivity, chlorides, and visual sheen
  • Continue water sampling of Unnamed Lake and surrounding area
  • Continue wildlife fencing around perimeter of impacted area
  • Continue work to expose pipeline for further inspections
  • Continue matting of access into the west side of the right of way and excavation of an additional recovery trench continued
  • Evaluate additional fluid recovery locations based on water monitoring data
  • Work with the AER on the plan to remove any emulsion from the pipe


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