Kenney says the Constitution is clear that infrastructure between provinces is under the authority of the national government.
Alberta countering flight of money and jobs from Alberta’s energy sector to Texas.
The CEOs say their gas price problems have developed over many years.
Bill C-48 and Bill C-69 passed in Senate, but still face opposition.
Kenney government aims to get the $30-million Calgary-based war room running this summer.
Part of a broader initiative to reduce duplication and unnecessary rules across government.
Ending the tax would open the door to the federal government imposing its tax.
Kenney spent as much or more time during the Alberta election campaign attacking Trudeau than his main provincial adversary, Rachel Notley.
Arguing the Alberta law is unconstitutional, provinces can’t discriminate in the distribution of natural resource products.
…unless new Alberta premier Jason Kenney lifts emissions cap.
Cap stays, will proclaim into law a bill to cut oil shipments to BC in response its opposition to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
Kenney could be a foil for Trudeau in the months to come.
He plans to recall the legislature in the third week of May.
Rachel Notley’s NDP goes up against Jason Kenney’s United Conservatives.
In the leadup to the April 16 provincial election, Kenney has been hammering the Alberta NDP and federal Liberals.