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We’re con­tin­u­ing to dis­cuss and en­gage with the B.C. gov­ern­ment, with the Al­berta gov­ern­ment. We’re mak­ing sure we come to the right place that’s in the na­tional in­ter­est for Canada. Justin Trudeau Wed­nes­day, on a spat be­tween the two pro­vin­cial gov­ern­ments. On Tues­day, Al­berta said it will no longer im­port B.C wine. Last week, the B.C. gov­ern­ment said it would re­strict in­creases in bi­tu­men ship­ments from Al­berta. I’m ex­pect­ing the fed­eral gov­ern­ment to help solve this dis­pute be­tween the prov­inces. I think there’s a role there for them. Ian An­der­son of Kin­der Mor­gan, whose Trans Moun­tain pipe­line ex­pan­sion project would be hit. I don’t think it’s in any­one’s in­ter­ests to have du­elling pre­miers. B.C. Premier John Hor­gan, Wed­nes­day, who added, “I will be res­o­lute in pro­tect­ing this great prov­ince.” We will not let the gov­ern­ment of B.C. hold Al­berta’s and Canada’s econ­omy hostage. Al­berta Premier Rachel Not­ley

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