In B.C., 58% of those surveyed supported the Horgan government's actions while 42% said they did not.
Although B.C. never spelled out how it meant to restrict the flow of oil, the announcement was interpreted as an effort to smother the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, which is already struggling with delays.
Notley's comments came after Horgan released a statement that said his government would pursue consultations on four different measures to deal with the threat of spills of bitumen, the tar-like heavy oil that would be shipped from Alberta to the B.C. coast on the pipeline expansion project.
"Every little bit helps, but I'm not sure that's going to get us to where we need to be as quickly as we need to", Prodan said, but the industry is still hopeful for a speedier reversal of the boycott by the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission.
That's a similar line to the one being used by the B.C. Wine Institute.
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"The prospect of losing Alberta, even in the short term, is not good at all, and that's why we reluctantly take this action".
In the meantime, Township 7's Ocenas said it is too soon to tell how big a bite the boycott is taking out of their business, but is hopeful some of it will be offset by people rallying around the industry vowing to buy more B.C. wine.
When asked which province - B.C., which wants to delay the project for environmental reasons, or Alberta, which wants to avoid delays for economic reasons - is making the more compelling argument, Canadians were evenly split 50-50.
McWatters said B.C.'s wine industry needs to reconnect with its Alberta customer base. On Jan. 30, B.C. announced it would develop regulations to better protect the environment from oil spills.
"I'm confident that the courts will not give B.C. rights it does not possess under our Constitution", she said.
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He added, "What we have clearly said is that the federal government holds authority over the [Trans Mountain] pipeline and we will clearly not entertain non-jurisdictional delays meant to stall or stop the project".
BC said then it wanted a further review of the risks associated with a pipeline expansion that would carry that diluted bitumen from the Alberta Tarsands to Burnaby and from there to tankers creeping down Burrard Inlet through Vancouver Harbour and along the southern tip of Vancouver Island to the Pacific.
As for B.C.'s constitutional reference case, Notley expressed her doubts it will be successful.
"We have had other jurisdictions question our authority in this area".
Support within the provinces themselves, however, showed a much stronger support for Alberta.
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"In my opinion, Alberta is clearly violating both section 121 and its trade obligations, and harming small businesses, including small Alberta businesses", he says.