Thousands shiver in Manitoba as pipeline blast cuts natural gas supply
By Rod Nickel
WINNIPEG, Manitoba - Thousands of Manitoba residents were without natural gas to heat their homes and businesses for a third frigid day on Monday, following a weekend explosion along a TransCanada Corp pipeline in the Western Canadian province.
The temperature on Monday morning in southern Manitoba hovered around -29 Celsius (-20 Fahrenheit). The electricity grid continues to operate.
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