A 60-year-old pipeline sprung a leak — activists still don't want a new one to replace it!

Earlier this month, a 60-year-old pipeline in British Columbia sprung a small leak. The mess was discovered, cleaned up and the pumping station in Abbotsford is already back in operation.

According to the CBC,

“...the spill was fully contained on Trans Mountain property, the free-standing oil has been recovered and it will be disposed of at an approved facility.”

On the latest episode of The Gunn ShowRobbie Picard from Oilsands Strong joins me to talk about the quick turnaround on the spill... and the new spider named for the teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg.