Alberta's Premier unwavering in her political position on the Northern Gateway pipeline.
Alison Redford reaffirmed her stance in Vancouver today, saying British Columbia will not be receiving a larger cut of the potential profits, adding Alberta will continue to pursue a national energy strategy, despite Premier Christy Clark's reluctance.
And the heated political debate over the $6 billion project has Premier Alison Redford giving her B.C. counterpart the cold shoulder.
Redford told reporters a meeting with Clark during her visit isn't necessary, as her position on the Enbridge project has already been made clear.
The pair have been in an open dispute since Clark called for Alberta to offset the environmental risks of the proposal with improved provincial pay-outs, something Redford says would unfairly alter Confederation.