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The health and strength of Canada’s economy depends on the expansion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline and Canadians know it. That’s why individuals, businesses and communities from coast to coast are joining in solidarity to make sure this pipeline gets built.
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Premier Rachel Notley of Alberta
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


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
A letter from Rachel Notley
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