I'm going to go out on a limb and say nothing short of cancellation of this proposed legislation would be considered a polished turd for you.
I'm going to suspect you are not an Albertan, please correct me if I'm wrong. What is it that those not from Alberta hate so much in Alberta searching for a way to be more autonomous ?
Correct, I’m not an Albertan. I have zero problem with Alberta pursuing its own policies for its own purposes that are constitutional and otherwise legally sound. I don’t like seeing any province abuse legislative processes. For instance, I abhor what Quebec has done over and over in using the Notwithstanding clause to repress language rights, for instance. Now it’s Alberta on deck crafting bad law. Another example from this current bill is the way they want to tear up existing standards of judicial review to protect the provincial government from challenges citizens or organizations may bring in court against impacts of this new law.
I’m not picking on Alberta. If next week New Brunswick, or BC, or Ontario were to pull crap like this, I’d have a similarly strong and negative opinion.
Alberta is trying to shortcut and bypass the due process and checks and balances that Canada’s legal system already has for these concerns. They literally just used them to knock down federal environmental impact assessments that impugned powers constitutionally distributed to the province. Note that I haven’t objected at all; they used the proper, constitutionally sound means of legal recourse.