Public needs to know pipelines are the best way to go
The correct government policy response to this issue is to reduce legal and regulatory uncertainty surrounding pipeline projects and for the federal government to assert its authority over interprovincial pipelines.
Just recently, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley announced the province will spend $3.7-billion to move landlocked Alberta oil to market by rail. Alberta intends to move about 120,000 barrels of oil per day by rail by 2020 through agreements with Canada’s two major railways, Canadian Pacific and Canadian National. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade