RCMP Fought to Avoid Responsibility after Wet’suwet’en Diesel Spill

When 500 litres of diesel fuel spilled at a remote RCMP detachment on Wet’suwet’en territory earlier this year, the force fought to avoid responsibility, according to documents obtained by The Tyee.

In an email exchange days after the spill was discovered on May 19, Sgt. Kevin Krygier, an operations support bronze commander based in Surrey, urged the province’s Environment Ministry to reconsider naming the RCMP as the “responsible person” for the spill that took place at its Community-Industry Safety Office on the Morice West Forest Service Road in northern B.C.


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