It’s been another wild week in the saga of the Trans Mountain Pipeline in the Balkan States of Canada.
Former Saskatchewan premier Brad Wall spit hot fire at the Trudeau Liberals for their silence on the ongoing trade rift between Alberta and BC over the Trans Mountain pipeline.
He's concerned that Canada’s in danger of losing its national cohesion and accuses the Federal government of being ashamed of Canada’s oil and gas sector.
Former BC Premier Christy Clark said her successor John Horgan's opposition to Kindermorgan’s $7.4B project is illegal and unconstitutional.
Alberta United Conservative Party leader Jason Kenny said he will not forget Horgan's actions against Alberta saying “if the BC government is threatening to violate the constitution, they can't do it without repercussions.”
“Nobody likes conflict. I’ve been to jail and it’s not a pleasant place and I’m not looking forward to going back there. But we’ll do what it takes.”
In the BC legislature, the right of centre BC Liberals want to know why BC’s Environment Minister George Heyman met with Tzeporah Berman at an eco-radical planning retreat -especially after she promised illegal civil disobedience.
And Trudeau still isn’t stepping in to resolve any of this. What is it that he does around here, exactly?