Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Premier Rachel Notley, to meet in Edmonton

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Premier Rachel Notley will discuss pipelines, climate change and the faltering Alberta economy.
Premier Rachel Notley talked to Justin Trudeau when they marched in the Edmonton Pride Parade last June. They met later that day at Notley's office in the Alberta legislature. Trudeau also took part in events at the Calgary Stampede in his pre-election visit. (Justin Trudeau/Twitter )

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will meet with Premier Rachel Notley in Edmonton next week.

The meeting is scheduled to take place Wednesday. 

Trudeau and Notley will discuss economic problems faced by Alberta, jobs, pipelines and climate change.

"Alberta is a resilient province with an incredible entrepreneurial spirit," Notley said in a statement, "and I'm pleased to have the opportunity to sit down with the Prime Minister to discuss how our two levels of government can work together to support that resiliency and work through this downturn."

Trudeau is also planning to visit Calgary during his Alberta visit.

Trudeau visited Notley at the legislature last June when he was still an opposition leader in the House of Commons.