OTTAWA — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says her province and the federal authorities have agreed on a plan to remove investor danger surrounding the Trans Mountain pipeline growth challenge.
In consequence, Notley says, the pipeline “will probably be constructed,” though she refused to supply particulars.
Notley’s remarks adopted these of B.C. Premier John Horgan, who says the assembly with Notley and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did nothing to finish his ongoing efforts to dam the challenge.
Horgan, Notley and Trudeau met right this moment on Parliament Hill in hopes of discovering an answer to the deadlock between the 2 provinces, which is threatening to kill the growth challenge.
Horgan says Trudeau laid out “legislative and monetary measures” to push the challenge ahead, however he didn’t elaborate.
Privy Council Clerk Michael Wernick, Finance Minister Invoice Morneau and Pure Sources Minister Jim Carr additionally took half within the assembly.