Ted Morton likened Justin Trudeau’s energy policies to an unwelcome sequel of the National Energy Program (NEP) made by his father in the early 1980’s.
Biden killed the trans-border project the first day he was sworn in as U.S. president.
Money to shut down industry is not a subsidy," the tweet reads from the Saanich-Gulf Island MP.
The Trudeau and Biden administration are playing both sides of the coin in energy issues.
Alberta's oil producers remain starved for pipelines, with investors continuing to flee the province.
We give a rundown of them below with some updates on how the respective projects are coming along.
John Hofmeister said Biden's move will create huge uncertainty in the energy industry.
Fred Keller said the pipeline was amongst a series of projects by former President Donald Trump that kept energy costs low for his constituents.
Biden is expected to officially cancel the permit for the pipeline as one of his first acts, when he enters the Oval Office later Wednesday.
Trudeau admitted much of the pipeline fighting won't be done by him, but by Kirsten Hillman, Canada's envoy in Washington.