THE GUARDIAN (Charlottetown)
No charges anticipated in Roseville fish kill
Investigations continue into Clyde River, Campbellton fish kills
Published on July 28, 2017
CHARLOTTETOWN - There are no charges anticipated in relation to an August, 2016 fish kill in Roseville, P.E.I.
Wade MacKinnon, manager of investigation and enforcement section with Public Safety and Justice said Friday. MacKinnon said the investigation into the Roseville fish kill has been completed but a fish kill that occurred on the Clyde River in July of last year remains under investigation.
There had been charges laid under the Provincial Pesticide Control Act in relation to the Roseville fish kill but MacKinnon said those were withdrawn by the crown following consultation with the Investigation and Enforcement Section.
An investigation into a fish kill reported in Campbellton on Sunday, July 23 this year is still underway.