Alta premier says changes coming to bill proposing energy regulatory duties split

Premier Ed Stelmach says changes are coming to proposed legislation that many Alberta landowners say would restrict their participation in energy hearings.

Stelmach told a meeting of rural municipal leaders that his government will amend Bill 46 next week to change some wording on who would qualify to take part in such hearings.

Bill 46 aims to restructure the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board as well as eliminate funding to consumer and environmental groups taking part in oilwell and power line hearings.

The premier says “you can‘t please all the people all the time‘‘ and the legislation is necessary because Alberta needs more power lines.

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