Decision removes one of the remaining obstacles for the pipeline expansion.
Key Constitutional question is whether BC’s authority to protect its own environment can include interfering in a federal project.
Court heard from four Indigenous groups from British Columbia on Trans Mountain.
Indigenous groups arguing in the court the Canadian government predetermined the outcome before its latest approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline.
Alberta premier wants a firm guarantee on completion of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion by a fixed date.
Cited by the government when it approved the project a second time last June.
Money included direct subsidies and indirect subsidies that were not clearly disclosed to taxpayer.
Supporting the federal government, arguing that the expansion project was properly approved.
Not closing the door to discussions with any party because they don’t agree on all issues.
Going ahead with the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline from the Alberta oil sands to the Pacific Coast.
Kenney says the Constitution is clear that infrastructure between provinces is under the authority of the national government.
Liberal strategists say Trudeau intends to spend much of the first week of the campaign on the offence.
Stand.earth says the pipeline extension project is unlikely to be completed the within a planned three-year timeline.
Will examine the calibre of the federal government’s consultations.
Environment groups say there are not adequate protections for endangered marine species that will be affected by tanker traffic.