Prime Minister Trudeau Seeks to Prevent Further Legal Fights When Trans Mountain Project Resumes

Wednesday, September 5, 2018
APTN National News

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has stated that the federal government will not use a new law or the Constitution’s notwithstanding clause to get construction started quickly on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. He is focused on long-term solutions that will not get held up in court. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has removed her government from the national climate plan until there is a solution to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project and has urged the federal government to move forward in a timely manner.

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