BC environment minister doesn't expect province to back down in pipeline battle
13 April, 2018, 07:22 | Author: Kristi Dunn
But in the three days since, Notley is making an even more outrageous offer: Alberta could buy the Trans Mountain pipeline project outright and take the federal government as their investment partner!
A spokesman for the Prime Minister's Office confirmed the meeting to reporters aboard the prime minister's plane bound for the Summit of the Americas in Peru shortly before issuing a press release, reports the Global News.
Kinder Morgan Canada (OTCPK:KMLGF) said earlier this week it will scrap the C$7.4B expansion project from Alberta to the west coast unless all legal and jurisdictional challenges are resolved by May 31, but a government source tells Reuters that "there aren't an bad lot of options for the prime minister".
"I think that's the smart approach, the prime minister and finance minister have been very clear about that", she said.
The Trans Mountain project is meant to move Alberta oil by pipeline to a port near Vancouver for shipment overseas.
The impasse has become one of the most hard political predicaments to date for the Trudeau government, which is being squeezed between those who accuse it of not doing enough to get the expansion built, and critics who don't want to see it built at all.
After meeting with Ms. Notley on Wednesday, federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau pledged that Ottawa will meet the tight deadline to provide a rescue plan for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, including possible financial support, so that construction can proceed this summer.
McKenna told BNN that environmental concerns over the pipeline, which is the main sticking point for the B.C. government, have already been dealt with by the federal government. "I'm all about action on climate change, but we are also in a long term transition and we need to get our resources to market".
Pallister said he spoke out because he believes the pipeline expansion is in the national interest and one province shouldn't be allowed to stand in the way.
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While some division remains in Northern Ireland - politicians and faith leaders have worked tirelessly to ensure peace reigns. Despite this, the future of Stormont is again hanging in the balance after it collapsed over a year ago.
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He was shifted hospital where he succumbed to his injury. "The gunfight is still underway", said news agency IANS, quoting police. They were reportedly part of a local crowd that gathered near the encounter site and pelted stones at security forces.
And although the images don't reveal what's lurking under the hood, they shed light on what we can expect from the smartphone. Like its predecessor from previous year , G7 will feature dual camera setup but vertically aligned, at the rear panel.
His business cards will now read 'vice president of Apple Music & International Content, ' and he will report to Eddy Cue . The new figures show that another 2 million signed up from March to April (a gain of 5.3%) to pay for Apple Music.
India has a refining capacity of 232.066 million tonnes, which exceeded the demand of 194.2 million tonnes in 2016-17 fiscal. Besides Saudi Aramco, Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (Adnoc) has also shown interest in taking a stake in the project.
CCTV cameras overlooking the house were also being installed amid fears for the pensioners' safety upon their return. Vincent's alleged accomplice, Billy Jeeves, 28, is still being sought over the failed burglary, Scotland Yard said.
Parameshwara to give top priority for loyal party workers when providing ticket to contest in the coming Assembly elections . Duggappa, member of Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC), has urged Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and KPCC president G.
According to a police doctor , 47 of the affected women were susceptible to long-term complications as a effect of the treatment. Her victims and rights groups said they were disappointed with the sentence and were hoping that she would be jailed for life.
Arvinder Lovely claimed that the photo was taken before 8 am and said, "This is symbolic fast from 10.30 am to 4.30 pm". We won't allow the politics of hatred and division aimed at garnering votes to succeed,"Surjewala told reporters".
Trump reverses position on Asian trade pact
Aso added that he expected Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Trump to discuss TPP at their summit meeting next week. After he withdrew, the remaining 11 countries continued to negotiate over the pact, signing the deal in March.
IPL 2018: All matches moved out of Chennai
Committee of Administrators (CoA) Chairman Vinod Rai confirmed that the prevailing situation has forced them to explore options. There were massive protests outside the stadium ahead of the match and several hundreds of protesters were detained.
Uber Launches New App For Its Drivers
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Sony's PS5 Is Likely Several Years Away
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Lewis Hamilton given grid penalty for Bahrain GP
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Radio announcer dies in Canada bus crash
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