Canada's Trans Mountain oil pipeline to restart next week

Canada's Trans Mountain on Friday said it is working towards restarting the oil pipeline at a reduced capacity early to mid-next week.

The pipeline was shut down on Nov. 14 as a precaution during a record-breaking rainstorm in British Columbia that washed out road and railway corridors.

Trans Mountain ships 300,000 barrels per day of crude and refined products to Burnaby, B.C., from Alberta.

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