Bill C-48 has enraged many backers of the Canadian oil industry.
Key Access Pipeline System to deliver condensate and other petroleum liquids to the liquids processing and storage hub at Fort Saskatchewan.
Protest by the group Canada Action attracted about 300 people.
RCMP and the provincial Occupational Health and Safety Department are investigating.
Al Monaco says there are three or four major problem areas in Bill C-69 that must be addressed.
Changes apply recommendations made last fall.
Scientists say four major oilsands mines are releasing an average of about one-third more carbon dioxide per barrel of oil than they report.
The Canadian drilling market would benefit from more consolidation given recent declines in drilling activity.
Company reported net income of $21.3 million on revenue of $102 million in the three months ended March 30.
Kenney could be a foil for Trudeau in the months to come.
He plans to recall the legislature in the third week of May.
In the leadup to the April 16 provincial election, Kenney has been hammering the Alberta NDP and federal Liberals.
Under B.C.’s proposals, a leaking well could emit more than twice the amount of methane than Ottawa will allow when its rules come into effect next year.
David Khan would provide municipalities greater autonomy by amending the Municipal Government Act.
Effective June 1, the province will allow 3.71 million barrels per day to be produced.