Premiers 'threatening national unity' with demands on environmental bills, Trudeau says

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Justin Trudeau says six conservative premiers are threatening national unity by demanding the federal government accept compromises on two federal environmental bills. The premiers wrote a letter to the prime minister, asking him to make concessions on the bills, arguing they threaten to further alienate provinces and territories.
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