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WEDNESDAY, August 1, 2012

Enbridge approval and another major spill Continued from page 7 portation Safety Board “delivered a scathing report of Enbridge’s handling of the July 2010 rupture ‌ which led to more than 20,000 barrels of crude leaking into the Kalamazoo River,â€? notes today’s report in the Globe and Mail.

In that spill, which has cost the company over $750 million in a still ongoing cleanup, Enbridge’s staff were characterized by the NTSB as performing like “keystone kops� when they failed to act for over 17 hours. Earlier this summer another major spill

took place from an Enbridge pipeline in Alberta. The city council’s request for a staff report on the Enbridge pipeline through Hamilton came earlier this month. It was opposed only by the two Flamborough area councillors – Robert Pasuta and Judi Partridge.


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Well it may not be as significant as a white buffalo sighting, but a rare white wild Turkey was spotted by a reader Tuesday afternoon on Fourth Line Road. (Submitted Photo)

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