The premiers of British Columbia and Alberta will join their counterparts from Western Canada and the North at meetings next week in Yellowknife, but John Horgan doesn't expect any drama over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says while she welcomes Ottawa's renewed commitment to backstopping the Trans Mountain pipeline, her government will still pass a bill that could punish B.C. with oil-related price spikes.
B.C. Premier John Horgan defended his government's position on the Trans Mountain pipeline today, hours after Finance Minister Bill Morneau said the federal government is willing to protect Kinder Morgan's investors.
A federal commitment to compensate investors if the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is unnecessarily delayed is appreciated but doesn't put the project back on the front burner, the CEO of Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. said Wednesday.
New Democrat MP Kennedy Stewart says he knew he'd face legal punishment when he violated an injunction at a Kinder Morgan work site but he has no regrets about protesting the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline.