Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says the ball is the federal government’s court regarding it’s relelationship with the province.
Moe says it’s no secret Saskatchewan has had a frosty relationship with Ottawa on some economic issues and its future rests with the Federal Government.
He met briefly with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Saskatoon, during which he re-emphasized Saskatchewan’s position that Ottawa needs to scrap its plans for a carbon tax and repeal Bill C-69.
Bill C-69 broadens the assessment process and consultations with groups that may be affected by projects like pipelines and gives the Federal Government veto power.
Moe believes Saskatchewan’s carbon plan is more practical and repealing the bill would benefit all Canadians.