British Columbia extends fuel rations after flooding

British Columbia on Canada’s Pacific coast extends fuel rationing until December 14 until a major pipeline is back online after a series of devastating storms in the southern part of the province

Victoria, British Columbia-British Columbia on the Pacific coast of Canada extended its fuel ration until December 14, when a major pipeline was brought back online after a series of devastating storms in the southern part of the province.

British Columbia Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth said on Monday that the province will also extend the state of emergency to the same date to ensure that emergency services have the necessary resources.

The Trans Mountain pipeline has been closed since November 14, when a storm known as an atmospheric river struck parts of southern British Columbia, flooding communities, farmland, and destroying roads and bridges.

Energy Secretary Bruce Ralston stated that the pipeline provides most of the fuel for the Lower Mainland of British Columbia and Vancouver Island, which is now being transported by rail from Alberta and US barges. Shipped in.

Drivers are required to continue to limit the fuel they buy every time they go to the gas station to no more than 30 liters.

The third storm of the past few days is expected to enter British Columbia on Monday and late Tuesday.

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