Canadian Wildfires Force Trans Mountain Pipeline Workers to Evacuate Site

(Reuters) — A camp housing workers for the Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion project in southern British Columbia was evacuated on Monday due wildfires in the region, although flows on the existing pipeline are not impacted, Trans Mountain Corp. said.

Construction activities in the Coquihalla to Hope area continue where it is safe and plans will adjust based on prevailing conditions and safety, the company added.

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