Encouraged Burnaby to collaborate with Trans Mountain to resolve concerns with the pipeline’s location.
Down in 11 of 21 industries; volumes slipped 0.1% after adjusting for price changes.
They agree the Liberal plan would hurt the province’s economy, particularly small businesses.
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They aim to encourage academia, not-for-profits and companies to work together on strategies to boost high-growth sectors.
Future steps include finding buyers for the equipment, or liquidating the plant’s assets.
Expansion will include 375 kilometres of large diameter pipeline, compression facilities, meter stations.
Panel includes leaders in the oil, banking, academic and investment sectors, plus Alberta cabinet ministers and senior civil servants.
Will handle cases related to the Environment Act across several sectors.
Federal and Alberta governments deny they’re moving in retaliation as obstacles mount.
Bombardier declined to comment as it takes the “necessary time to digest its content …”
Freeland promises tougher restrictions based on human rights grounds.
Current talks the most unusual negotiation Canada’s chief negotiator has ever been involved in.
Looking at “tariffs and/or quotas” on imports arguing they pose a threat to national security.
Review of the now cancelled deal ordered after it was revealed they would be used for “internal security operations.”