The premier received more than 20 standing ovations during her speech.
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“We don’t have the ability to write-off or to otherwise pay for the taxes."
The premier also thanked first responders.
"We would not do this if it was not safe to do so."
"It's hard to imagine."
Wildrose Leader Brian Jean says he "absolutely" supports the pipeline.
Wildrose Leader Brian Jean signed off on the comments.
"Invite Premier Wall here! Invite Premier Wall."
The Wildrose party has some concerns.
"This starts to look more like a wealth redistribution tax."
But the disaster remains a dicey political proposition with limited upside and a lot of downside.
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley thanked the government for taking an important step toward the "province's economic recovery."
"The federal government will have Albertans' back in the coming months and years."
The hospital, municipal building and all functioning schools were saved, said the premier.
"This is a mass grave, in basements, in crates."
The fires also moved slower than was previously anticipated.
Fire officials are bracing themselves for a long, long fight.
The public safety minister said about 7,500 people were moved through Fort McMurray to the south on Friday.
"I must stress that these are very early days."
"Let me be clear: air tankers are not going to stop this fire."
Officials aren't taking any chances.
The group wants to provide a "united alternative" to the NDP.
Here's some of the key events.
Notley says she wants to avoid finger-pointing.
Notley said the trip is not about the Keystone XL pipeline.
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