Canada’s warehouses are filling up with everything from furniture to alcohol, after floods in British Columbia washed out critical rail and road lines, disrupting already strained supply chains. A week after a phenomenon known as an atmospheric river brought a month’s worth of rain in two days to the Pacific coast province, road traffic between Vancouver’s port, Canada’s busiest, and the rest of the country remains largely suspended . read more Canadian Pacific Railway (CP.TO) is set to restart service on Tuesday, while Canadian National Railway (CNR.TO) plans to reopen to limited traffic on Wednesday. Shippers, meanwhile, are seeking extra storage space and eyeing alternative routes to move key manufacturing components. The disruptions come ahead of the busy holiday shopping season, with the Retail Council of Canada estimating a “significant” hit to companies. Love Dodd, who owns three furniture stores on Vancouver Island, said […]