U.S. President Donald Trump issued an executive permit last month allowing a $22-billion international railway to be built between Alaska and Alberta.
In Canada, major infrastructure projects, such as the building of an interprovincial pipeline, are subject to federal review.
"This is what (Trudeau) does, he hates to see projects going ahead in Alberta," said Stephanie Kusie, Calgary Midnapore MP
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Trudeau caution the plan must undergo a rigorous environmental assessment under Bill C-69, known as the pipeline killer bill.
"The Government of Alberta is glad to see to see the approval of the A2A rail project in the United States," said spokeswoman Christine Myatt
A2A Rail vice chair Mead Treadwell said the so-called A2A Railway will succeed where others have failed, because markets are hungry for resources that Canada produces