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Alberta oil spill leaks thousands of litres of crude oil near Elk Point, Alberta

It's the second oil spill in under a month in the province of Alberta.
It happened near Elk Point, Alberta, and the company estimates about 230,000 litres of heavy crude oil were released from the pumping station on the Athabasca pipeline.
Leisha Grebinski speaks with the Calgary Herald's Deborah Yedlin.
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