Rachel Notley makes trip to meet with Kathleen Wynne on energy, climate change

Premier Rachel Notley is on her way to Toronto to meet with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne Friday morning.

Meeting not part of Alberta premier's weekly itinerary

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, left, and Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne are expected to discuss 'issues of common interest.' (Marta Iwanek/Canadian Press)

For the latest updates from Alberta Premier Rachel Notley's meeting with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, see Friday's story.

Premier Rachel Notley is on her way to Toronto to meet with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne Friday morning.

The topic of the meeting is "issues of common interest, including action on climate change and the Canadian Energy Strategy."

The meeting was not part of the Alberta premier's weekly itinerary.

It comes on the heels of an announcement in Montreal Thursday where the mayors of Montreal and neighbouring cities of Laval and Longueuil announced their official opposition to the Energy East pipeline.

The two premiers are to meet at 9 a.m. ET at the Ontario legislature and a news conference will follow that.

It will be livestreamed here


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