Don’t look to us for help if you run out of oil, Saskatchewan’s premier tells his counterpart in British Columbia. Provincial spats have erupted over the fate of the Trans Mountain oil pipeline. File Photo by Heather Snow/Shutterstock April 18 (UPI) — If fuel tanks in British Columbia run dry because of export restrictions from Alberta, it won’t be able to look for help from Saskatchewan, the premier said. Legislation proposed by the provincial government in Alberta could block exports of oil, natural gas or fuels to its neighbors. Alberta Premier Rachel Notely said the proposal was necessary because of restrictions put in place in British Columbia, which has voiced steady opposition to the expansion of the Trans Mountain oil pipeline. Notely met during the weekend with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and British Columbia Premier John Horgan to discuss the project. Through his Twitter account, Saskatchewan Premier Scott […]