In response, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley declared February 1 that her government would put a hold on electricity trade talks with British Columbia.
Notley cited interprovincial trade in electricity as one of the possible lines of pursuit.
John Horgan said Friday that his government's announcement earlier this week is cautionary and created to make sure B.C. doesn't suffer in the event of a catastrophic spill.
Horgan said he's spoken with both Trudeau and Notley in recent days to reiterate his government's position that expanding the pipeline would pose a significant threat to B.C.'s economy and environment.
Notley gave few details on what the suspended energy talks were about, but Blake Shaffer at the C.D. Howe Institute said there have been informal talks for some time to use the full 1,200 megawatt capacity of the existing power lines running between the two provinces, rather than the 800 megawatts now allowed.
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Gross, who published in 2006 a new book on postwar pogroms in Poland , "Fear: Anti-Semitism in Poland after the Holocaust ". Another commenter had sent out a tweet using the Polish version of an offensive term against Jews, according to AFP .
"It may punish B.C., but it also potentially punishes Albertans, like any import tariff or import restriction does".
Horgan also said he's not waiting out Kinder Morgan in the hopes that further delays would cause the company to drop the project altogether. "We will support the government of Alberta in any actions against this political decision". I don't think that's unreasonable.
"The decision we took on the Trans Mountain expansion remains in the national interest", he said.
BC's proposal creates more uncertainty for Kinder Morgan's already-delayed Trans Mountain expansion project that would almost triple the capacity of its pipeline system to 890,000 barrels a day.
"What the province of British Columbia has done on Trans Mountain is a stunt, it is a risky stunt".
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A State Department report issued last week outlines the reported use of chemical weaponry in the region. Chemical attacks aren't uncommon in parts of Syria.
Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi also weighed in.
"Thank you and I apologize for the behavior of our fellow citizens", Trudeau said to the police and crowd.
Rachel Notley's fight with the BC government won't be done alone.
Clearly, B.C. should not be forced to risk our coast's ecological health and the economic foundations of our employment-intensive coastal industries, such as fishing, shellfish production, real estate and tourism in its many forms, for a sunset industry in Alberta that is losing jobs to automation anyway.
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At the time of the interview, Pruitt was a policy adviser to Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush . I mean, this president - I've been in DC the last couple of days. "It's done decently overall".