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EnCana Pipelines back up and running

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The two EnCana pipelines that were hit by explosives earlier this month have been repaired.

The RCMP released the scenes back to the company this week which allowed them to do the necessary repairs and put the pipelines back into service. The investigation into the attacks continue as the RCMP still won’t say if Lloyd Gladue, from Kelly Lake, is a suspect in the investigation.

Gladue was arrested in Alberta last week by the team investigating the pipeline explosions. He will be in Dawson Creek on Monday to face previous charges unrelated to the attacks.

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Gladue is facing charges, including two counts of obstructing a police officer out of Chetwynd and one count of sexual assault.

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The RCMP have not laid any new charges against Gladue. The RCMP are still looking for any tips the public may have and have set up tip line just for this case. The number to call is 1-866-994-7473

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