"Some people are not ever going to agree," Rachel Notley said last Thursday, from Kamloops, B.C. "I'm not expecting that we're going to get unanimous support for this but what I do think we're going to get, and already have, is majority support from reasonable-thinking people and majority support overall.

“It’s not acceptable,” McCuaig-Boyd told Postmedia Tuesday. “Trespass and vandalism are never acceptable.” On Sunday morning, Beaverlodge RCMP were called to a complaint of vandalism at an oilfield site.

TransCanada Corporation and Carry the Kettle First Nation announced today they have reached the terms for an agreement that sets out the vision of a collaborative and respectful long-term relationship.