The Natural Gas Association of Canada (NGAC) is reporting a natural gas service outage in Manitoba.
“The outage impacted approximately 200 homes and businesses,” the organization wrote on its website, in a tweet from the organization’s Twitter account.
The service interruption was caused by a leak in a supply pipeline, and no injuries were reported.
The pipeline, which runs from the Saskatchewan River through the town of Lac La Biche, was not expected to be fully operational until late February.NGAC said the pipeline was inspected on March 6 and discovered that a leak had occurred in the line, which was installed in 1985.
The association says it is working to get the pipeline repaired, but says it has no further information on when it will be repaired.
Earlier this month, the association said it was working with its suppliers to repair the line.