ugg boot sale clearance Trudeau MIA in pipeline war
Yes, a real pipeline, definitely not just one found in the endless believe me the pipeline will be built assurances of a prime minister who increasingly looks like the chicken in this political game of chicken. The premier told us so.
After all, Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to the west coast scored the thumbs up from Ottawa. government blindsiding Albertans talking about restricting increases of oilsands crude travelling through their province. Talking about delaying the construction of the pipeline.
Trudeau was supposed to be the knight in shining armour.
Last week, Trudeau came out west and talked tough and looked so resolved as he summoned a sentence or two of courageous sounding lingo rolling easily off the tongue.
But when you took a minute or two and looked at what he actually pledged to do you found yourself looking into the face of nothingness. The square root of squat. wine shipped to Alberta. wineries $70 million a year. That not big coin. The premier says she has other measures to roll out, sooner rather than later. government’s delay of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. will wake up. They are threatening to go outside the rule of law, she says. Notley says she is tired of Alberta being treated this way,
being held hostage. The premier says there a lot they can do. They are the government of Canada. They did approve the pipeline.
A certain scribbler (hi, mom!) asks the premier a question.
Is the federal government telling her they are actually planning on doing something?
Or, still at this stage, is she trying to convince the Trudeau government to actually do something?
It is a painful question to ask. It is an even more painful question to answer.
would say at this point the federal government is considering its legal options, says Notley.
answer to your question is: I don know yet. Sad. wine banBell: For a befuddled Trudeau, it nasty in NanaimoBell: A weak kneed Trudeau comes to AlbertaOnce again,
Notley wants the prime minister to step up. government. What they doing is offside. government can do what they talking about doing. is coming up pretty quickly. and not a regulation on the books.
would not actually be a bad thing for Alberta should more Alberta beer be drunk. lot of people will be drunk if this isn settled soon. It is such a gong show.