"Unfortunately, we didn't get consensus on Trans Mountain today".
"They must think everybody was born yesterday", Notley said.
Horgan has also accused the federal government of unnecessarily putting taxpayers money at risk by offering financial protection for Kinder Morgan's investors as the Trans Mountain pipeline drags on. "They are still reserving the right to play legal rope-a-dope until the cows come home".
Premier Scott Moe wants the federal government to "take up residence" in B.C.to get Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project built. "They've made some decisions, and we're going to inflict pain on those economic decisions so they understand what they've done".
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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe also spoke at the forum and called for closer cooperation with Russian Federation . The Kremlin leader said that a combination of sanctions, trade barriers and a lack of trust was hugely unsafe .
When asked if the reference case would spell the end of the court action for his government, Horgan doubled down on the message upon which he was recently elected - that he'll do all he can to explore every court option available. It also joined two other lawsuits launched by Indigenous groups opposed to the $7.4-billion pipeline project.
Moreover the wording of the Act insisted that the motivation was (as the title had it) "preserving Canada's economic prosperity" and (as the preamble had it) "maximizing value of Alberta's natural energy resources".
It's a powerful argument, relying as it does on the words of Alberta politicians themselves about their intentions in crafting Bill 12. "We will not hesitate".
This week, Alberta premier Rachel Notley had bowed out of a Western premier's meeting, saying she planned to concentrate on the pipeline project ahead of the May 31 deadline.
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Hoffman told reporters on Wednesday in Yellowknife she agrees with those initiatives, "but pharmacare doesn't grow on trees".
Horgan said he didn't anticipate any high tension at the conference, even when Notley was still planning to be there, and that he expected the main focus of the meeting to be the development of a national pharmacare program.
He continues to suggest the issue of the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion and the shipment of bitumen by rail is akin to disagreeing about who won one of the Munk debates, and that no matter what the outcome, he and Notley will remain close friends. Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau has offered an indemnity to backstop the pipeline project. "A significant disruption in the supply of gasoline, diesel, and crude oil from Alberta would cause B.C. irreparable harm".
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