Heating oil drains into Ottawa River after spill in downtown Gatineau, Que.

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By Krystalle Ramlakhan, CBC News Ottawa, December 22, 2018

An undetermined amount of heating oil has ended up in the Ottawa River after a spill in downtown Gatineau, Que., near the offices of the provincial environment ministry.

The spill happened at 170 rue de l'Hôtel de Ville during a delivery Friday, according to an email from ministry spokesperson Alexandre Ouellet, the regional director of the Outaouais Environmental Control Center.

Initially, the Quebec Ministry of Environment and Fight Against Climate Change said the spill, also near the city's courthouse, was between 700 and 1,200 litres.

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