Environment minister confident goals will be reached by working with industry, communities, residents.
Justice minister says government is defending federal jurisdiction over interprovincial pipelines.
Comeau decision supports provincial legislation that controls liquor supplies and protecting health and safety.
Province is supporting Alberta in a dispute with BC over the Trans Mountain pipeline.
Kinder Morgan CEO warns this kind of investment may be untenable for a private party to undertake.
List of items was provided to the federal Liberals right after BC warned it was considering restricting the flow of diluted bitumen.
Singh suggests a joint reference question to the Supreme Court of Canada to fast-track a resolution on jurisdictional issues.
Alberta premier Rachel Notley is looking at investing in the project to ensure it’s completed.
For transit, green infrastructure, recreation facilities, and projects in rural and northern communities.
She said the city doesn’t have any hope of stopping the pipeline expansion in the courts.
Notley said the government will not stand for further delays and harassment.
Alberta opposition leader warns of serious consequences for BC if it blocks the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
Salvo is part of a bitter tussle over the expansion of bitumen shipments through the Trans Mountain pipeline.
Panel includes leaders in the oil, banking, academic and investment sectors, plus Alberta cabinet ministers and senior civil servants.
Federal and Alberta governments deny they’re moving in retaliation as obstacles mount.