The Liberal prime minister made the comment in question period as his Throne Speech was debated.
In Saskatchewan and Ontario, appeal courts upheld the law. Alberta's Court of Appeal ruled it unconstitutional.
"Now is our time of great need," said Alberta Premier Jason Kenney
"The name Maverick fits everyone. Anyone can be a maverick at any age," said party leader Jay Hill.
Many in the West have been worried the Throne Speech will kick off Trudeau's new "green economy" which could be the death knell for the energy...
Saskatchewan health officials said seven new cases last week were from people who had travelled to other provinces.
While Jason Kenney only had 42 per cent support, John Horgan came in at a whopping 69 per cent.
In Saskatchewan, only nine percent thought it was a good idea, 29 percent could live with it, while 62 per cent were opposed.
"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.
The CTF also urged the feds to rescind the carbon tax increase that went into effect April 1 adding 6.6 cents to a litre of gas.