A legal face off with the Trudeau government has been launched after Alberta Premier Danielle Smith on Monday called for provincial agencies to reject federal regulations that set a path for a net-zero electric grid by 2035.

Smith, in introducing the Alberta Sovereignty within a United Canada Act, asked the province’s legislative assembly “to take strong, effective action over the coming months and years to counteract the harms and risks to Albertans” posed by the federal Clean Electricity Regulations (CER).

The CER, still in draft form, is set to be finalized early next year.

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