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McQUARRIE – A tale of two provinces

ALBERTA PREMIER RACHEL NOTLEY is again acting like the churlish premier she has become as she shifts from attacking B.C.’s wine industry to threatening all B.C. residents with the spectre of limited or no fuel for the province.

In last week’s Throne Speech, Lt. Gov. Lois Mitchell laid the premier’s cards on the table when she said, “In the past, when workers in our energy industry were attacked and when the resources we own were threatened, Premier Peter Lougheed took bold action.”

And elaborated by declaring, “We will not hesitate to invoke similar legislation if it becomes necessary owing to extreme and illegal actions on the part of the B.C. government to stop the pipeline.”Q

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Bill McQuarrie is a Kamloops entrepreneur. He can be contacted at billmcquarrie@gmail.com. He tweets @bafflegabbed.

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2 Comments on McQUARRIE – A tale of two provinces

  1. Best for all to have good trade relations. Condensates make bitumen dangerous for shipping. Get rid of this and everyone wins. More bitumen shipped to world markets, more plastic goodies for us to buy and use.

  2. Dawne Taylor // March 14, 2018 at 10:23 AM // Reply

    Bill – Maybe you could send a copy of your article to the Calgary Herald and Edmonton Journal.

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