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TransCanada Pipelines has opened another community information centre to help residents and businesses with expense claims following a gas pipeline explosion near Otterburne on Jan. 25.

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TransCanada Pipelines has opened another community information centre to help residents and businesses with expense claims following a gas pipeline explosion near Otterburne on Jan. 25.

TransCanada Pipelines has opened another community information centre to help residents and businesses with expense claims following last Saturday’s gas pipeline explosion.

The new information centre is in Otterburne at Providence University College in the Reimer Student Life Centre Building.

Personnel are on hand at the Otterburne and Niverville centres to help people process expense claims and recover money spent on direct costs resulting from being without gas, a news release from TransCanada said.

The new centre is the result of a section of Highway 303 being closed, the release said.

Both information centres are open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. until further notice.

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