The National Energy Board releases its new environmental assessment of the Trans Mountain pipeline and says the project can go ahead. Martin Stringer has reaction from MPs Fin Donnelly (NDP), John Barlow (Conservative) and Paul Lefebvre (Liberal).
Warren Mabee, director of the Queen’s Institute for Energy and Environmental Policy at Queen’s University, offers his perspective of the energy regulator’s decision.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe discusses his upcoming trade meetings in Washington, D.C., with American governors.
Journalists Althia Raj (HuffPost Canada) and Robert Fife (The Globe and Mail) review the week in federal politics.