Government ad campaign continues push for Trans Mountain pipeline

By The Canadian Press
September 14, 2018 - 6:57am Updated: September 14, 2018 - 8:33am

EDMONTON- The Notley government has taken out newspapers ads across Canada saying the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion delay is costing the country 40 million dollars per day.

The ads come two weeks after the Federal Court of Appeal squashed Ottawa's approval of the project.

Premier Notley says she wants a clear plan from the federal government to get the project back on track.

The ad campaign urges readers to take action and let Ottawa know it should minimize any delay to the expansion.

(The Canadian Press - CTV Edmonton)

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