INQUIRING REPORTER: Should Alberta boycott B.C. wine?

B.C.’s wine industry has been dragged into a pipeline fight. On Tuesday, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley announced her government would stop importing B.C. wine in protest of the province’s decision to further review the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion. Alberta says the pipeline is vital to the economy; B.C. is worried about the risk of an oil spill. And wine drinkers are left to suffer. Should Alberta hold vino fans hostage over what they say is best for the country? Or should everyone just cool it, preferably with a nice glass of B.C. red in hand?

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