Despite a truce being called in the trade war between Alberta and British Columbia over Kinder Morgan, Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver says his province isn't backing down from the bigger fight to stop the pipeline from being built.
The federal government insisted Thursday that it will step in when necessary to ensure the Trans Mountain expansion project gets built as it announced a restructuring of the process that saw the project approved.
Alberta's decision to ban B.C. wine in retaliation for the B.C. government's attempts to hold up pipeline development could cost small family owned farms millions of dollars, says an advocate for B.C.'s wine industry.
A restaurant owner in Fort McMurray has decided to pull her selection of British Columbia wines off her menu as a way supporting her community and province in an ongoing dispute over the Kinder Morgan pipeline.