In the midst of his 10-day international travel, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s decision to return to Canada, on Sunday, to meet with B.C. Premier John Hrogan and Alberta Premier Rachel Notley to discuss ways to end the interprovincial dispute about the extension of Trans Mountain pipeline, was a step in the right direction. The $7.4-billion pipeline expansion project made national and international headlines recently when Kinder Morgan announced its plan to suspend all of its non-essential work on the project because of the British Columbia government’s opposition to the project. The company has given the May 31 deadline to receive clear assurance that the pipeline will be built.
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