One couldn't ask for a more telling summary of B.C.'s real strategy, which is delaying the pipeline project until operator Kinder Morgan loses heart and gives up.
This is Alberta Premier Rachel Notley's last shot before she's faced with a embarrassing loss in the 2019 provincial election.
Horgan told a news conference in Victoria Wednesday that he refuses to get drawn into a trade battle and will focus on child care, housing and other important issues. I deliberately wasn't available to [the media Tuesday] because I don't believe it's in anyone's interest to have duelling premiers.
McKenna said she made separate phone calls Thursday morning to Alberta Environment Minister Shannon Phillips and B.C. Environment Minister George Heyman to make clear that the federal government had clear authority to approve the Trans Mountain project and will exert that authority to make sure it gets built.
Fortunately for the winery in PG they don't ship to Alberta, but bell added this isn't good news for other companies, Because Alberta is the second biggest importer of BC wine products.
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Premier Notley said on Tuesday there were 17.2 million bottles imported from B.C. last year - the equivalent of about 1.4 million cases - with an estimated value of $70 million per year for B.C. wineries.
The Alberta government isn't aiming its anger at multinational corporations with shareholders, Prodan said.
The B.C. side is expected to lay out the Horgan government's rationale for its proposed move against Alberta oil.
Trudeau said talks continue out of public sight with the provinces. For British Columbia, while the wine industry isn't almost as important in comparison, it's still a pretty big deal for the province.
"Boycotts. will not resolve an issue that is ultimately our federal government's responsibility", the chamber said. "Our country can't work like this but if it takes this kind of action to get Ottawa to act, then I'm afraid we have no choice".
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Speaking in French after the weekly government caucus meeting, Catherine McKenna said things sometimes happen behind closed doors and that solutions are often more easily found without drama.
Notley, in a video statement posted on her Twitter account, said that the boycott of B.C. wine would not be the end of action her province will be taking. "It's well-known that we share the same political flag". "Unfortunately now, we are seeing that price being paid by wineries in British Columbia". That is revenue that the province, and the rest of Canada, may never see if its western neighbour continues to ignore fair process and the rule of law.
He expressed concern, however, that the trade dispute could escalate and hurt businesses and consumers in both provinces.
"Saskatchewan has no plans to participate in retaliatory measures that would be in contravention of our trade commitments", he said on Facebook.
"The implications of such a threat strike directly at the heart of our country's oil and natural gas producers, and producing provinces, energy customers in the Lower Mainland, Canada, USA and overseas, and the men and women who earn a living supporting the energy industry in this country", wrote Kinder Morgan Canada CEO Ian Anderson.
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