After protests to the Trans Mountain pipeline, Kinder Morgan’s announcement it was suspending non-essential spending, and an emergency meeting between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the premiers of British Columbia and Alberta on Sunday, the government of Alberta put down new legislation, saying it is acting to defend its energy industry. […]
In the increasingly fiery debate over the planned expansion of the Alberta/B.C. Trans Mountain pipeline, there is no mystery about the conflicting end games of the three governments embroiled in the dispute. […]
The pipeline battle between British Columbia and Alberta cannot be confined to western Canada.
There are national ramifications to this unseemly trade war that bear close scrutiny from all Canadians. […]
The latest pipeline faceoff between Alberta and British Columbia is more than a constitutional tussle.
It is also a reminder of the unresolved contradictions within Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s climate-change policy. […]