On last night's show, I reported on a ruling by the Federal Court of Canada that found the Canadian and Nova Scotia governments broke the law by blocking Bilcon, an American mining company, from opening a stone quarry in Nova Scotia.
Bilcon was originally invited by Nova Scotia politicians to build the mine, but the invitation was a bait and switch. The rules for having their mine approved were changed.
Now Bilcon wants up to $500 million to compensate for lost profits and costs associated with canceling the project.
Bilcon's mine was rejected by left-wing environmentalists using the same "social license" nonsense we're currently hearing from Trudeau and Notley.
Will their irresponsible environmental policies put Canadians on the hook for another multi-million dollar lawsuit?