“It would never become law. Alberta would become a laughingstock, with the lieutenant governor doing her job, which is to ensure the law, the Constitution is respected,” he said.
Kenney cited the published analysis of Howard Anglin, his former principal secretary, who has referred to the proposal as a “political and legal hoax” that undermines investor confidence.
“We should be talking about real, practical ways to fight unfair Ottawa policies, to fight for a stronger Alberta and that’s exactly what we’re doing,” Kenney said.
– Calgary Herald August 13, 2022