"I've called you all together today at this emergency meeting to discuss and evaluate the range of economic and legal options that are available to us including, for example, interprovincial trade in electricity".
Mr. Trudeau's town hall, the latest in a series of such gatherings across Canada, comes amid escalating tensions between Alberta and British Columbia over B.C.'s opposition to the pipeline project, notably B.C.'s proposal this week to halt any increase to diluted bitumen transport while a scientific panel studies whether the heavy oil can be effectively cleaned up after spills into water bodies.
And Notley has said this is just the first of many moves against British Columbia.
Saskatchewan interim NDP leader Nicole Sarauer said the B.C. government is "playing games" that will hurt Western Canada's resource sector and that her party stands with Alberta.
Heyman said B.C. and Alberta simply disagree on the issue, but they should deal with their differences respectfully.
"Here's the thing, as I've said before, the federal government has approved the project", Notley said. Notley added the discussions are not related to the Site C hydroelectric project in northern B.C., putting down speculation that the dispute could endanger talks on that issue.
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Du Plessis shared partnerships of 74 with Chris Morris and 56 with Andile Phehlukwayo for the sixth and seventh wickets. When asked if he had suffered any injury while fielding, Du Plessis said, "Just a few battle scars".
"But in order to do that, part of moving forward is approving the Kinder Morgan pipeline", Trudeau said. "It came through the existing Trans Mountain pipeline".
Speaking on Edmonton talk radio station CHED on Thursday, Trudeau said the pipeline, which would take Alberta crude to the West Coast for shipment to Asian markets, is in the national interest and will go ahead.
"What the province of British Columbia has done on Trans Mountain is a stunt, it is a risky stunt".
We will support the Alberta gov't in any actions against this political decision.
"Thank you and I apologize for the behavior of our fellow citizens", Trudeau said to the police and crowd.
Horgan said there is nothing for Alberta to take to court at this point.