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Spill Occurance Datesort ascending Spill Region Location Location Description Product Spilled Quantity Measurement Spill Cause Lead Agency
spill-2022392 August 2, 2022 Beaufort-Delta Inuvik 6 Balsam St Inuvik Petroleum - lubricating oil (lube, hydraulic) 45.46 Litres Other GNWT - Department of Environment and Natural Resources
spill-2022395 August 2, 2022 Keewatin Meliadine Rankin Inlet Wastewater (sewage, mine tailings) 400.00 Litres Overflow Event CIRNAC - Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada
spill-2022397 August 2, 2022 Keewatin Meliadine Rankin Inlet Meliadine Gold Project Wastewater (sewage, mine tailings) 20.00 Litres Deliberate Discharge CIRNAC - Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada
spill-2022389 August 1, 2022 North Slave BlueFish Hydro Station Petroleum - fuel oil (jet A, diesel, turbo A, heat) 55.00 Litres Sinking CCG/TCMSS - Canadian Coast Guard/Transport Canada, Marine Safety and Security
spill-2022391 August 1, 2022 Deh Cho Canadian Zinc Prairie Creek Mine Prairie Creek Other Unknown Quantity 0 Effuent Quality Criteria (EQC) Exceedance GNWT - Department of Environment and Natural Resources
spill-2022390 July 31, 2022 North Slave Ekati, Mine, Oil Field, etc Misery Camp Lift Station - 64.570850, -110.170522 Wastewater (sewage, mine tailings) 500.00 Litres Overflow Event GNWT - Department of Lands
spill-2022388 July 31, 2022 North Slave Diavik, Mine, Oil Field, etc Diavik Diamond Mine, beneath a dormitory wing. Other 3500.00 Litres Breakage GNWT - Department of Lands
spill-2022387 July 29, 2022 North Slave Ekati, Mine, Oil Field, etc Sable Pit at the Ekati Diamond Mine Petroleum - lubricating oil (lube, hydraulic) 100.00 Litres Fitting Leak GNWT - Department of Lands
spill-2022386 July 28, 2022 Keewatin Meliadine Rankin Inlet Meliadine Gold Project Other 2.00 Cubic Meters Other CIRNAC - Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada
spill-2022402 July 28, 2022 Keewatin Baker Lake Baker Lake Apt # QDC-37-A Wastewater (sewage, mine tailings) 500.00 Litres Overflow Event GN - Government of Nunavut

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