The province has already established a Oil, Gas and Mining Training Centre.
Says he is optimistic an agreement with the provinces will be reached before the program goes into effect April 1.
TransCanada says the project could begin shipping as much as 850,000 barrels of oil per day in late 2017.
Maritime pipeline would give Alberta bitumen access to markets other than the US.
TransCanada Corp.’s proposed converted natural gas pipeline would send oil from Alberta to Quebec.
Work on an aging Candu reactor at the facility is three years behind schedule, and $1 billion over budget.