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40 views • May 23, 2018

No consensus on Trans Mountain at western premiers meeting

Purtina Wang
Alberta has declined to sign an official communique from the western premiers meeting in Yellowknife over the lack of support for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion plans. B.C. Premier John Horgan says progress was made on other issues. (May 23, 2018) 1. SOUNDBITE: John Horgan, British Columbia premier 2. SOUNDBITE: Sarah Hoffman, Alberta deputy premier 3. SOUNDBITE: Scott Moe, Saskatchewan premier PLACELINE: Yellowknife CREDIT: The Canadian Press STORYLINE: Alberta has refused to endorse the official statement stemming from the western premiers meeting in Yellowknife because it didn't include support for the Trans Mountain pipeline. The final communique deals with issues such as pharmacare and legalization of marijuana. Alberta deputy premier Sarah Hoffman said without the wealth that would flow from the expansion of the pipeline, all discussions on such issues are moot.
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