The board said the Alberta economy has been whacked by the low prices of oil and the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown.
"We cannot sacrifice reliability as we move forward in this transition," California Gov. Gavin Newsom said.
And O'Toole warned supporters not to believe what the Liberal attacks against him are already starting to say.
The outsider candidate not only won the four Western provinces, but actually won the national popular vote.
O'Toole now faces the daunting task of trying to reunite the party.
Western Standard sources say O'Toole has been told he has won the election and when the party finally released first ballot results that seemed to back...
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"Fairness for Western Canada will continue to be on the back burner, if it makes it to the stove at all," said Hill.
"Urinating on somebody’s leg and calling it rain is constitutionally indefensible.”
It would be the only toll bridge in the province.