Christy Clark wades into pipeline dispute


Trudeau has said he doesn't plan on wading into the inter-provincial spat, but that Kinder Morgan will be built.

"This dispute is making it harder to provide regulatory certainty, predictability and clarity that will ensure the viability of major projects like Trans Mountain", Scheer said.

Trudeau is in California as part of a four day tour of the U.S.

This has irked Kinder Morgan, especially since the project was in 2016 approved by the federal Canadian government.

Alberta quickly responded by suspending talks to buy B.C. electricity, and then halted the import of all wine from B.C. through the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission.

"Already we have a serious attack on our energy industry by the NDP government in British Columbia", Kenney said.

Asked if he intends to take the B.C. provincial government to court in order to overturn its efforts to prevent the expansion of the pipeline, Trudeau brushed off the suggestion - at least for the time being.

Grande Prairie-Mackenzie MP Chris Warkentin is calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to put his foot down and end the Trans Mountain pipeline dispute.

The Alberta government has banned the import and sale of B.C. wine after the Horgan government announced it is looking at rules to limit any increase in the import of diluted bitumen until an independent panel can better analyze whether the system is safe.

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"B.C. has not taken any action that we can take them to court over right now".

"This is a national conversation, so we need to continue to ensure it occupies the nation's attention as a topic of conversation", the premier said Friday, addressing steel workers at Tenaris Prudential, an energy supply company in Calgary.

"We've been very clear that this project, the approval, was well within out jurisdiction, and it's going to go ahead", McKenna told CTV's Question Period.

That decision has been criticized by advocates of the pipeline as little more than a move that could delay construction on the federally-approved Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion project.

On Tuesday, Notley announced Alberta will no longer import BC wines, ending trade that added up to $70 million worth of BC wine a year ago.

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is accusing the B.C. government of potentially threatening hundreds of jobs in Regina over its proposal to restrict new shipments of bitumen into the province. "Alberta will not stand by and be the only province impacted by another province's refusal to play by the rules".

"Mr. Horgan is doing his due diligence, and Mr. Wilkinson frankly doesn't even know the file", Weaver said.

"I think he's breaking the law", Clark said.