Calgary, Nov 3 (Canadian-Media): International trade experts say Western provinces' split from Canada would not solve the problem of getting their product to international markets. media reports said.
Liberals secured a minority government in last week's federal election, but were shut out of Alberta and Saskatchewan.
"You can imagine how that would play out up here if Alberta, Saskatchewan leave ... We've seen enough out of B.C. to know how that would play out," said Carlo Dade, director of the Trade and Investment Centre at the Canada West Foundation
The British Columbia government has resisted, primarily through court actions, the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion that would triple the amount of crude shipped between Alberta and the Lower Mainland.
Add to that there is no real enforcement mechanism through the international court, said Dade