Alberta Premier Kenney meets with PM Trudeau and Premier Ford
May 3, 2019
Global Korean Post
Jason Kenney who was sworn in as Alberta’s 18th Premier on April 30 visited Ottawa and Toronto.
Regarding the meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Premier Kenny wrote in his twitter, “Had a frank discussion with Prime Minister about the need to get pipelines built, and the devastating potential impact of his tanker ban Bill C-48, and the No More Pipelines Bill C-69. Informed him that Alberta will challenge both bills in court.”
Next day, on May 3, Premier Doug Ford welcomed newly sworn-in Alberta Premier Jason Kenney to Queen’s Park for a working meeting to discuss issues of high priority for people in both provinces.
“Premier Kenney and I stand shoulder to shoulder in our goal to make our provinces open for business and open for jobs,” said Ford. “Ontario and Alberta are united in the fight to end the job-killing carbon tax, cut red tape and make sure Canada’s natural resources get to market.”
“Alberta and Ontario, along with Saskatchewan, New Brunswick, and Manitoba, are mounting a strong opposition to the job-killing Trudeau carbon tax. “ said Ontario Premier Doug Ford.
“Alberta’s Bill 1 will be the Carbon Tax repeal act to bring relief to taxpayers and job creators.” said Alberta Premier Jason Kenney.
In the afternoon, Premier Kenny gave his “Post-Election Address” to the members of Canadian Club held at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel in Toronto.
“Alberta is open for business.” said Premier Kenny, while highlighting the Alberta is the province providing with the lowest business tax rate in Canada and North America.
By Global Korean Post