Premier Notley responds to NEB reconsideration report (Feb 22, 2019)


Premier of Alberta, Rachel Notley, responds the successful conclusion of the National Energy Board's 22-week review of maritime issues related to the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion. [7:00]

A message from the Premier of Alberta (Sep 21, 2018)


Premier Rachel Notley responds to the federal government's decision to introduce a 22-week timeline to complete the NEB review process. [20:23]

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Alberta announces Market Access Task Force


Premier Rachel Notley has established a task force of prominent Canadians to respond to B.C.’s unconstitutional attack on the Trans Mountain Pipeline and the jobs that go with it. [1:00]

The Task Force's mandate is to:

  • consider any and all measures to ensure that all provinces respect their constitutional responsibilities

  • assess Alberta’s current national market access situation including pipeline and rail infrastructure, issues, opportunities, economic impacts, legal implications and relationships

  • openly share information and intelligence among Task Force members to ensure decisions are fully informed

  • provide recommendations to advance Alberta’s oil and gas market access though pipelines, rail or other means

  • provide advice for tangible market access promotion that Alberta could consider and act as an informed and confidential sounding-board to test Alberta government responses to market access issues

  • explore opportunities for government and industry to work jointly to advance Alberta’s oil and gas market access

  • provide legal advice to government on priorities and mechanisms to leverage efforts where engagement actions are being considered

  • prepare responses to market access decisions and policy changes in other provinces over which Alberta has limited influence

A letter from Rachel Notley
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