Mr. Speaker, in November 2016, when the Prime Minister approved Trans Mountain, he said that it was safe, that it was in the national interest, and that it would create 15,000 jobs. That is true. It has been four years since the application started. Now, $800 million and 175 conditions later, the B.C. NDP is trying to kill it.
Yesterday, the PM said that he did not want to “opine” on provincial disagreements, but it is about the whole country and he should lead.
When will the natural resources minister walk all that talk and show exactly what the Liberals will do to ensure this vital infrastructure gets built?