Sask. Seeks Intervenor Status In An Alberta Court Case

A day after Alberta announced a constitutional challenge against the federal government’s Bill C-69, Saskatchewan’s government says it will apply for intervenor status. Bill C-69 changes the environmental process for resource projects and both provinces feel it goes too far. Premier Scott Moe has said in the past the bill makes it virtually impossible to get any infrastructure like pipelines built. Justice Minister and Attorney General, Don Morgan, says it’s important to stick up for the rights of the province and its ability to regulate Saskatchewan industry.

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