Husky Energy pleaded guilty Wednesday to two charges in relation to a large oil spill in west central Saskatchewan three years ago.
In July of 2016, a pipeline near Maidstone leaked oil for about seven hours until a routine maintenance check the following day.
It was estimated about 225,000 litres was spilled, about 40 percent of that ended up in the North Saskatchewan River which forced numerous communities, including North Battleford and Prince Albert to find alternative water sources.
One of the charges Husky pleaded guilty to is under the Fisheries Act, and another under the federal Migratory Birds Convention Act.
Seven other charges were dropped.
Husky says they spent over $100-million on the clean up.