Filling up in B.C. could cost $120 if Alberta cuts off oil supplies amid Trans Mountain fallout

CALGARY – Business groups in British Columbia are turning on the provincial government as analysts fear a proposed law in Alberta could increase costs on a range of goods across the Lower Mainland.

A trade war between B.C. and Alberta over the $7.4-billion Trans Mountain pipeline project to the West Coast could soon result in oil-rich Alberta cutting off petroleum supplies to B.C. and send prices for gasoline, diesel and even consumer goods soaring.

Alberta Energy Minister Marg...

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