The federal finance minister singled out B.C. Premier John Horgan’s efforts to thwart the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion Wednesday, as he outlined measures Ottawa is taking to remove “politically motivated” investment risks.
Speaking in Ottawa, Bill Morneau said his government is willing to compensate Kinder Morgan — or any other company interested in building the pipeline — against any financial loss due to the actions of the B.C. government.
“We’re prepared to indemnify the project against any financial loss that derives from Premier Horgan’s attempts to delay or obstruct the project,” Morneau said.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau announced Wednesday that the Canadian government is willing to compensate Kinder Morgan against any financial
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