Collins said she holds no sour grapes towards B.C. wineries and will bring the wines back to her menu once the pipeline dispute is resolved.
"Ordering the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission to immediately halt B.C. wine imports to Alberta is a reckless decision".
It's my job as one of the 338 members of the House of Commons is to put forward ideas for debate and discussion, and that's what I've been doing. Think of our community.
The B.C. side is expected to lay out the Horgan government's rationale for its proposed move against Alberta oil.
Alberta is the second biggest wine market for the industry outside of B.C. itself, selling an estimated retail value of $160 million each year, Prodan said.
The group, which represents 276 wineries, is disappointed that wine has been dragged into a political tiff, Prodan said. Or should everyone just cool it, preferably with a nice glass of B.C. red in hand?
The $7.4-billion pipeline expansion project was approved by the federal government in 2016.
It's the linchpin component of Alberta's fight to get a better overseas price for its oil, which is now being sold at a discount on the North American market while the province racks up budget deficits over $10 billion.
"Our government has every right to consult with British Columbians on the best possible measures to protect our lands and waters from the potential impacts of diluted bitumen spills", said Horgan, responding to Tuesday news that Alberta would boycott B.C. wine in exchange for the implied threat to expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline.
Mr. Anderson said the company's next steps will be determined after B.C. releases an intentions paper, a document that the province has said will provide an overview of the proposed regulations, by the end of the month.
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The comments come amid a growing trade battle between Alberta and British Columbia over the project, which would almost triple crude shipments on the line to 890,000 barrels per day.
"I honestly wish it did not have to be this way", she said.
Horgan harrumphed that we should take his government to court if we're unhappy, But that advice cuts both ways.
Notley's trip to BC was an image rehab trip for her, not a pipeline sales pitch for the people of Alberta.
Stores and restaurants will continue to pour the products and the Alberta warehouses will continue to ship the remaining stock they have.
"By boycotting B.C. wines in Alberta, our family-owned winery is going to be hurt financially as well as other B.C. wineries".
The Alberta government isn't aiming its anger at multinational corporations with shareholders, Prodan said. This week, her government imposed a ban on about $70-million worth of wine imports from the Western province in response.
"We are intending to, and going to, be following through on building that pipeline".
"They're harming actual small farmers, which is ironic coming from a province like Alberta that understands agriculture and farming and all that goes into that".
The war of words between Alberta and B.C. surrounding the Trans Mountain Pipeline is becoming more serious. "We're losing investment to Iran, and that's hard for Canada to hear". Now this is a panel of the top scientists in Canada with the top scientific organization in Canada saying there is so much unknown it would only be prudent for the province of British Columbia to be doing this.