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Indigenous youth from northern Sask. walking to Standing Rock - Saskatchewan - CBC News


Indigenous youth from northern Sask. walking to Standing Rock - Saskatchewan - CBC News: "I was worried about my grandparents' community," said Sanderson. "They're from James Smith (Cree Nation) and that pipeline leak was not far from their house."

An oil leak from a Husky Energy pipeline in July 2016 affected the water supply for the cities of Prince Albert and North Battleford.

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