Province didn’t fully lock down so Horgan said reopening guidelines will be different than other provinces.
28 workers at the United Poultry plant in Vancouver tested positive for COVID-19, facility has been closed.
Decision removes one of the remaining obstacles for the pipeline expansion.
Courts have ruled in favour of the project, the rule of law will apply.
Arguing the Alberta law is unconstitutional, provinces can’t discriminate in the distribution of natural resource products.
Even with $40 billion LNG export terminal at Kitimat, Horgan claims government would still meet its emissions reduction targets.
Cited purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline and ensure it’s expanded to carry Alberta oil to the coast.
US demand for lumber has pushed up prices for Canadian products; US home builders are bearing the costs of softwood tariffs.
The feds will take over construction, likely in August, with a view to eventually selling the whole thing down the road.
Discussions are ongoing with the Trans Mountain pipeline company but “not yet in alignment.”
Working against Kinder Morgan’s May 31 deadline on getting guarantees it can proceed.
Says up to the courts to determine what’s constitutional when it comes to expansion of a pipeline.
Will squeeze supply if BC continues to frustrate construction of the pipeline expansion.
Justice minister says government is defending federal jurisdiction over interprovincial pipelines.
Notley warns of retaliation if BC’s obstruction of the pipeline continues.