The Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment says interim findings of 256 water samples from the Husky oil spill will be made public on Wednesday.
In all, more than 12-hundred water samples have been taken between the spill site at Maidstone and Prince Albert.
Ministry spokesman Ash Olesen says about 133-thousand litres of oil have been recovered so far.
But he says the odds of getting it all are low, because there could be some material that has sunk to the bottom of the river, and that’s extremely hard to recover. (The Canadian Press)