Innovation key to sustainability as well as to oilsands success

Eric P. Newell The gateway to the Wood Bison Trail features seven silt stone carvings by aboriginal artist Brian Clark, marking the entrance to the Syncrude Canada oilsands operations site. This wetlands area is part of the Matcheetawin Discovery Trails, an interpretive display showing Syncrude Canada's reclamation efforts and a wood bison viewpoint so that visitors can see a portion of Syncrude's wood bison herd. [19,683 bytes] Wood bison are shown grazing at Syncrude Canada's research facility on the northwest section of Syncrude's oilsands lease. Syncrude's herd of wood bison has grown to almost 200 today from 30 in 1993....

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