There's been no progress on the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline in the nearly two months since Justin Trudeau struck a deal to buy the troubled project.
But even worse than stagnated construction efforts are the threats coming from protesters at the Burnaby Mountain hobo squat, Camp Cloud.
The City of Burnaby has ordered their eviction from the Camp Cloud infestation, but according to Global News, a camp occupant named Candy Lee raised concerns that an attempted eviction could result in conflict between police and Indigenous protesters resembling the Oka crisis or the Gustafson Lake standoff.
When these people broach the subject of Oka, where police Corporal Marcel Lemay was murdered on July 11, 1990, and do it in such a flippant manner, it's time to start thinking of Camp Cloud as a filthy stinking flea-bitten powder keg waiting to go off.
Where is Alberta Premier Rachel Notley?
She was so eager to celebrate the purchase of Trans Mountain, even agreeing to back stop the construction and cost overruns with tax dollars.
But why isn't Notley calling for peace, calling for everybody to obey the rule of law, calling for the rejection of violence and calling Justin Trudeau to ask him why a shovel hasn't hit the ground on his project yet?