Thu May 12, 2022 – 6:18 pm EDT
EDMONTON, Alberta (LifeSiteNews) – Legislation that severely limits the ability of Canadian provinces from developing their natural resources — especially Alberta, its largest oil and gas producing province — has been called a “wrecking ball” of a law by a panel of judges.
“The ‘No More Pipelines’ Act (Bill C-69) was ruled unconstitutional by Alberta’s Court of Appeal in a major 4 to 1 decision! An historic victory, and central part of our strategy to fight for a fair deal,” tweeted Alberta Premier Jason Kenney on Tuesday.
Bill C-69, or the “no more pipelines bill,” was enacted by the Liberal government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in 2019. It was then almost immediately challenged in court by the Kenney government.
Also known as the Impact Assessment Act, the law essentially allows the federal government to intervene heavily on the approvals process
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