Energy reform bill will fail if not accepted by Senate, granted royal assent by spring


The federal government’s promised overhaul of environmental evaluations for energy projects is poised for major Senate surgery.But the upper chamber must race to pass the bill before an election deadline sends it to the shredder.Bill C-69, the Impact Assessment Act, fulfills a Liberal campaign promise to change how major energy projects get reviewed for their environmental, social and economic effects.Premier Rachel Notley addressing Senate committee on Bill C-69 and energy concerns

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