Kenney says the reduction plan is “pie in the sky,” calling it a “ridiculous” target with no proper plan for implementation.
The premier, who made the comments at the Calgary Stampede’s annual breakfast, says the implications of the plan would be devastating for Alberta just as the world needs more of its energy.
The federal plan released earlier this year is aimed at capping oil and gas sector emissions to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 and reduce oil and gas methane emissions by at least 75 percent by 2030.
Premiers are first meeting with leaders of the National Indigenous Organizations today in Victoria before starting their Council of the Federation meeting.
B.C. Premier John Horgan, the host and chair of the council, has said health funding will be a focus of the agenda, specifically that the federal government increase its share of spending from 22 to 35 percent to help improve the system.