POLL: Is Alberta’s ban on B.C. wine an effective approach to deal with resistance to a pipeline?

Share your thoughts on latest move in growing dispute

It’s the latest move in a growing dispute over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says the province will stop importing wine from B.C., until the province’s NDP government ends its efforts to place restrictions on the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.


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