EnCana pleased with arrest of suspected bomber

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Below is a statement that was released by EnCana Corporation on Friday afternoon:

EnCana is very pleased to see the RCMP has advanced its investigation into the bombings near Dawson Creek of natural gas facilities.

The RCMP has worked very hard on this investigation and we appreciate the tremendous efforts of its members.

We also extend our sincere appreciation to the people of Dawson Creek and the surrounding communities, including Tomslake and Pouce Coupe, for their assistance and support of both the RCMP and EnCana.

Our thanks also go to our employees and contractors for their tireless and professional work in the face of extremely trying circumstances over the past 15 months.

Given that this matter is now subject to possible criminal charges, EnCana will not comment on the investigation or the individuals involved.

EnCana hopes this development will begin to bring a measure of relief to the area residents and help restore the long-standing sense of neighborly trust that has been a fundamental component of the fabric of the communities affected by these events.

 – For a story on Richard Boonstra’s reaction on his long-time friend’s arrest, Click Here.
 – For a Friday afternoon update from Inspector Tim Shields,  Click Here.
– For Dawson Creek Mayor Mike Bernier’s take on this developing story, Click Here.
– Wiebo Ludwig appeared on 100.1 Moose FM’s Issues and Answers in October 2009. Click here to listen to the whole show.

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