Trudeau arm-twists Alberta, play ball or no oilsands mine - Edmonton Sun

As reported in the Edmonton Sun:
"Justin Trudeau twists Alberta’s arm and he’s probably enjoying it.
Putting the screws to Alberta.
The prime minister knows Alberta wants this king-size Teck Frontier oilsands mine bad, real bad.
More jobs, better economy. Premier Jason Kenney’s election promise.
So Trudeau ups the ante. Time to squeeze Alberta. ...
Jason Nixon is Kenney’s environment minister, a mince-no-words straight-shooter who gets his political cues from places like the hometown Sundre A&W and not from the virtue-signalling latte-lifters inhabiting the tonier reaches of B.C.’s Lower Mainland.
It’s late Tuesday. Nixon is not a happy camper.
He feels Trudeau’s man showed a lack of respect to Alberta and isn’t being smart if he wants to build a relationship with Alberta.
Nixon believes there’s no reason the Teck Frontier oilsands mine shouldn’t go ahead. Teck has followed every rule, done everything right.
So why is this a do-or-die, line-in-the-sand project?
“If the federal government is willing to stop this project, that means they’re stopping every project,” says Nixon."
Do we need more reasons to leave Canada people??
Read full article by Bell in the Edmonton Sun here.