By Laura Payton, CTV News, May 10, 2017
OTTAWA — Interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose suggested Wednesday she’s worried what the British Columbia election result means for Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline, with the possibility the Greens could help the NDP form a minority government.
“It’s absolutely a blow for the pipeline,” Ambrose said on her way into question period in Ottawa.
“Kinder Morgan became an issue in the B.C. election … We all need [the prime minister] to go out to B.C. and sell this pipeline. This is an important national project. It’s important for the economy of this entire country, but particularly for the western economy.