EDMONTON Alberta Premier Rachel Notley took a Trans Mountain victory lap on the grounds of the legislature Tuesday while her political opponents questioned whether the province has won anything and, if so, at what cost.The premier high fived and hugged her caucus mates at a news conference where she announced that Alberta months of lobbying, cajoling, arm twisting, court fights, a wine ban and a legislated threat to cut oil shipments to British Columbia had resulted in the federal government taking over the pipeline and its expansion on the west coast.we take a major step forward for Albertans and for all Canadians, said Notley.deal and this pipeline will unlock investment in our oilsands, because we now on the path to getting full value for our energy resources. Earlier, the federal Liberal government revealed that it will spend $4.5 billion to buy Trans Mountain and all of Kinder Morgan Canada core assets. Coast and from there to overseas markets.Alberta is making up to $2 billion available if needed to keep the project going, but Notley said it possible the province will never pay a cent of it.Kinder Morgan had set a Thursday deadline to gain certainty over the project or abandon it altogether.
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