Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he has good relationships with B.C. and Alberta and plans to work with both of them as Ottawa pursues a lower-carbon economy.
The prime minister was in Surrey today when he responded to a question about B.C. possibly ending up with a government that opposes the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion between the two provinces.
The final count from the provincial election is expected to be completed next week and the pipeline-opposing Green party could end up with the balance of power if a minority government results.
Trudeau suggested that Greens and B.C.’s New Democrats, who also oppose the project, are “wrong” in their position.
(With files from The Canadian Press)