A Canadian province is rationing petrol over fuel shortage fears after a major storm cut off road and rail links. Canadian Armed Forces personnel have begun arriving in British Columbia to help with recovery efforts in the flood-stricken region. On Friday the province issued travel restrictions and rations on petrol, just a few days after declaring a state of emergency. At least one person has been confirmed dead, but more deaths are expected. British Columbia Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth said non-essential traffic would be restricted while they rebuild the highway network. Fearing a fuel shortage, he called on people only to fill their vehicles with 30 litres per trip to the petrol station until 1 December. He did not say how close the province was to running out of […]