Notley announces task force in response to Alberta-BC pipeline kerfuffle

There have been calls for Justin Trudeau to step up after Rachel Notley top right escalated a row with John Horgan top left by banning B.C. wines from being imported into Alberta

Notley announces task force in response to Alberta-BC pipeline kerfuffle

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.

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.

Clark added that Horgan's response means "Canadians are losing out".

In an interview with CTV's Question Period, Clark echoed Alberta Premier Rachel Notley's accusations that illegally trying to stop Kinder Morgan's $7.4-billion project, which has already earned federal approval.

"We just can't sit by, because the consequences are too great for this matter not to be addressed fully", she said.

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The dispute between B.C. and Alberta became heated last week when B.C. Premier John Horgan proposed restricting any increase in bitumen shipments until further spill response studies are conducted.

Trudeau said during a recent visit to Edmonton that Trans Mountain "is going to be built".

"We are intending to, and going to, be following through on building that pipeline". In his letter, Anderson, therefore said that "we have initiated a technical and legal review of whether the suggested provincial initiatives could apply lawfully to a federally regulated Project".

"These jobs employ real people with families whose livelihoods depend on them", Moe said in a statement posted to Facebook Thursday.

The United Conservative Party Leader joined Clark and Notley in pushing for Trudeau to intervene.

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Speaking on Saturday at the Manning conference, Kenney called out B.C. for undermining Trans Mountain, describing the besieged project as emblematic of a more widespread campaign against Canada's energy sector.

But as law professor Dwight Newman observes, Canada's Constitution is crystal clear on this point, putting interprovincial transportation in the exclusive domain of the federal government.

"If the B.C. government is threatening to violate the constitution, the economic union, which is a central guarantee of our constitution, they can't do it without repercussions", he said.

"What I do support is the fact that Premier Notley is doing exactly what she said, defending her economy, defending the people of Alberta, and Premier Horgan is doing exactly what he said, defending the interest of the people of British Columbia, of the coastline, and the environment", Singh said.

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.

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