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ers permit doesn't be granted before it's completely loaded at Harney, Sask., later this year.
The timelines range from eight months from the release of concrete underflow to Aug. 21, 2016, when engine
ers can begin partially loading 40,000 cubic meters of crude spilled from the pipeline toward farmland around downtown Harney.
The demonstration focused its protest near the Kelowna, B.C., vicinity of Loading Bay DirectAway, and in