One of many links here, from PrinceGeorgeMatters, "Five takeaways from the Court of Appeal ruling on B.C.'s pipeline law." Takeaway #4:
4. Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and former premier, Rachel Notley, are celebrating the decision as a win for the province.
Kenney said he hopes the B.C. government will respect the rule of law and end its "campaign of obstruction," adding that the project would be a "win-win" for both B.C. and Alberta in creating jobs and increasing the flow of natural resources.
Notley, now leader of the NDP Opposition, said she used a ban on B.C. wines last year to "force" the province to take the reference case to court.
"Turns out B.C.'s toolbox was more Fisher Price than DeWalt," she said, referring to B.C. Premier John Horgan's statement that the government would use every tool in the toolbox to protect the coast from a potential spill.What a great analogy. LOL. I'll have to remember that when talking about toolboxes. DeWalt, not Fisher Price. Snap-On Tools, not Fisher Price. Sears Craftsman, not Fisher Price.