[Matt Jeneroux] Mr. Speaker, since the minister
mentions what the PM said when in Edmonton, today on CBC Radio One Edmonton, in response
to what actions a PM could take to get the Kinder Morgan built, this was his response
verbatim, “Ah, you know, well, uh, it’s still, uh, early on [on] this, and, uh, we’re
still, uh, we’re still moving forward the way we always planned”. What does that even mean? Is that leadership? When will the Prime Minister stand up to the
B.C. NDP and get this project built? [Speaker] The Honourable Minister for Natural Resources [Jim Carr Minister of Natural Resources] Mr.
Speaker, what the Prime Minister said was, “we’re going to get that pipeline built.” The reason he said that, as he has said from
the very first days that this government took office, is that the environment and the economy
go hand in hand. We are creating jobs for British Columbians,
for Albertans, and for all Canadians. We are expanding our export markets. We are working with indigenous people. The environment, indigenous partnerships,
and jobs are the three pillars that drive the policy of this government. That pipeline will be built.