Jason Kenney Rips Justin Trudeau For Attacking “The Big Alberta Oil Companies” In French Language Debate

The double-standard against Alberta’s energy industry is unacceptable says Kenney.

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney ripped Justin Trudeau in the Alberta Legislature.

Kenney pointed out the absurd and outrageous double-standard of Justin Trudeau openly attacking “The big Alberta oil companies” in the French-language debate.

You would never see a federal leader attack the Ontario auto industry, or the Quebec aerospace industry in a leaders debate, so why the hell is Trudeau allowed to attack the Alberta oil industry?

Kenney is 100% right to be calling out this double-standard.

Trudeau seems to think he can say one thing in the French debate, and then slip back into “conciliatory” mode after the election as if nothing happened at all.

We can’t let Trudeau get away with it.

You can watch Kenney’s remarks below:

“Alberta’s oil & gas industry deserves the same respect and treatment as other major sectors in Canada.”

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When you’re right, you’re right.
Is there anyone that really can see the truth?

Donald O'Kane

Trudeau is trying to kill Alberta and push us out of Confederation. He is biteing the hands that feed them and the whole Canadian economy. This is totally unacceptable!! When we separate we will be taking all of our CPP accounts away from the federal government in their entirety and put them in an Alberta run Registered Retirement Pension plan. After all the funds including interest accrued inside the pension accounts of our funding belong to the contributors. The government has been borrowing from our pensions for many years without our permission, time for a little payback.


Where are the upstream and downstream emission limits and regulations on steel production or automobile manufacturing? From before a car is made and for 25 years after, car manufacturing and operation pollute. Hypocritical.


The first Trudeau did the same thing one thing in English another in French, we obviously need someone truthful or just one language again in Parliament, but all this talking is past it’s prime the people who listen already know this and more it seems, the other people either do not care or only vote lieberal and just believe their destruction of Canada all the free? not give aways and lies in the lefty communist press. Time now is for action, show us what can be done to “fix it” or if not start by really protecting your province, break… Read more »

shawn harris

To expect anything less than the usual two face treachery from Trudeau would be foolish to think otherwise. This after all is, exactly why there is now more than ever before a massive desire from Alberta Saskatchewan and Quebec to separate from Canada. And don’t think for a minute that Trudeau could ever be trusted as a honest dealer when it comes to things like the economy, inter provincial relations and especially national unity. Remember that Trudeau is only too willing to break the law, SNC Lavalin , to get what he wants; even his own cabinet ministers know enough… Read more »

alan skelhorne

nothing new here with Trudeau, he appeases Quebec mrning noon, and night. the roc doesn,t matter to him, as for the maritimes, they are just sheep, the followers..


how much more unfit can Trudeau prove himself to be ????

William Jones

I have some difficulty in grasping the reality that Trudeau was reelected — never mind with ‘a minority government.’ That, of course, is garbage since he has the full support of Elizabeth May and the Greens, plus his bed buddies, the NDP. ‘Minority government’? Not bloody likely. If Canada survives this round of ‘Trudeaauisms,’ it will in fact be a miracle.

Carl V

Referendum, Referendum, Referendum, Referendum, Referendum!

Kenny, initiate the power you have to call a referendum and to call out the federal government and Trudeau.