Saskatchewan recently applied to have the top court push back its December hearing in order to better co-ordinate its challenge with ones from other provinces.
Ottawa will legalize edible products on October 17, but it will take at least another 60 days for products to hit the shelves.
Group, called Project Reconciliation, proposing a 51% stake in the pipeline.
Planned work includes pavement, lighting, vaults, walls, signage and a fire protection system.
Saskatchewan Court of Appeal ruled in a split decision.
The City of Ottawa said thousands of people had registered to fill sandbags.
Kenney could be a foil for Trudeau in the months to come.
The United We Roll convoy rolled into Ottawa to protest energy policy, among other issues.
The Saskatchewan government has asked the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal to rule whether a federal carbon tax is constitutional.
Ottawa’s legal position is that climate change is a national concern and the federal government has the power to impose a carbon tax under the Constitution.
Ambassador John McCallum opined twice last week on Meng-Huawei case.
It is a package based, in some ways, on those offered to softwood, steel and aluminum producers.
The province and feds were originally supposed to split cleanup costs for the site, but Saskatchewan says Ottawa hasn’t lived up to its commitment.
Proposal to pump millions of litres of treated pulp mill waste into the Northumberland Strait has met with strong backlash.
Feds want to have the pipeline’s fate decided within the next six to eight months.