Alberta's United Conservative Party will be allowed to intervene in an upcoming court case with the province of Saskatchewan and Ottawa over the national carbon tax.
Saskatchewan's appeal addressed all 16 applicants will be allowed to intervene in the case to be heard in mid-February.
Including the David Suzuki Foundation, the Assembly of the First Nations, as well as the provincial advantages of Ontario, New Brunswick and British Columbia.
In April, Saskatchewan asked the court to order whether the federal government39s place to make a custody of the province constituted a constituent.
"The judgment comes from the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, we will be able to say that everyone who wished to be heard has already been heard," said Saskatchewan Justice Minister Don Morgan.
"I think it's an indication that all over Canada, people are asking questions about him," he said. "The federal government has a right to tax, but not to stand otherwise by Canada."
He looks at the case, along with a similar challenge in Ontario, eventually being heard by the Supreme Court of Canada.
Morgan and the Saskatchewan party government maintain their "pro-resilience" emissions reduction strategy is as effective as the federal carbon pricing scheme.
"We feel pretty strong about the position we have got," Morgan said. "I do not think the position put forward by any of the entities would challenge the argument."
Saskawan's Appeal Court in Regina has set two days in February to hear complaints from all 16 interviewees. These include:
- Attorney General of Ontario.
- Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan.
- Canadian Environmental Law Association and Environmental Defense Canada Inc.
- Attorney General of New Brunswick.
- Saskatchewan Power Corporation and Saskenergy Incorporated.
- Atabase is the first Nation of ChibeiWan.
- Canadian Taxpayers Federation.
- United Conservative Association (Alberta).
- Canadian Public Health Association.
- Meeting of the First Nations.
- Climate Justice Saskatoon.
- Attorney General of British Columbia.
- Intergenerational Climate Coalition.
- David Suzuki Foundation.
- Ecofiscal Commission of Canada.
- International Emissions Trading Association.
The federal government has attacked a request from the UCP to be an intervieber on the side of Saskatchewan.
UCP Leader Jason Kennedy, a former federal cabinet minister, said he was pleased with the roofing and would be up to fight for albans.
A written judgment pointed out that all submissions of intervents must be limited to legal issues surrounding the taxpayers.