In Canada, major infrastructure projects, such as the building of an interprovincial pipeline, are subject to federal review.
"....everyone knows I’m the only maverick politician in Canada."
"The name Maverick fits everyone. Anyone can be a maverick at any age," said party leader Jay Hill.
"Fairness for Western Canada will continue to be on the back burner, if it makes it to the stove at all," said Hill.
In Saskatchewan, only nine percent thought it was a good idea, 29 percent could live with it, while 62 per cent were opposed.
Kenney, who served in the federal cabinet for nearly a decade, could pocket $6.3 million in pension cash up to the age of 90.
"As angry as Albertans are, they won't vote for separation until we've tried to fix Canada and failed," Brian Jean tweeted.
"After 17 years of working in Parliament I have reluctantly recognized that the West will never be treated fairly," said Wexit Canada leader Jay Hill.