Horton and The BC NDP resorting to more stall tactics on the Kinder Morgan Expansion
Alberta United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney said Friday he would have kept the ban on importing B.C. wine in place and even taken further retaliatory action against the neighbouring province Speaking on the ongoing trade dispute between the two provinces, Kenney said he believes Premier Rachel Notley “blinked” when she decided to revoke the ban on Thursday.
“The Alberta NDP blinked,” he said. “In the face of more delay tactics by their fellow New Democrats in British Columbia, jeopardizing our economic future.”
“Premier Notley and her NDP government folded in deciding to stop any retaliatory measures against the New Democrat opposition to the Trans Mountain pipeline.”