The Liberals may have just won the election last night, but Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe wants Justin Trudeau to know that he has some strong words for him. Moe announced on his Twitter that he had written an official statement that outlined what his province would expect from the newly formed Liberal minority government.\n"After last night's federal election, it is clear we need a New Deal with Canada," Moe wrote. "Read my statement here."\nAttached to the tweet was an image of the official statement from the Premier, which starts by describing the "frustration and alienation" felt by people living in Saskatchewan.\n"In Canada, we now have a Liberal minority government that did not receive the popular vote, has no clear mandate, will be supported by a 4th place party that has never governed or a party that does not want to be part of this nation," Moe wrote, most likely in reference to the NDP and Bloc Quebecois. "This minority government also has no representation from Saskatchewan or Alberta."\nMoe then writes that it is time for a "new deal with Canada." He lays out three demands for Trudeau: "Cancel the federal carbon tax," "commit to negotiate a new equalization formula that is fair to Saskatchewan and Alberta," and "commit to develop a plan to ensure Saskatchewan and Alberta can get our exports to international markets."\nAfter last night's federal election, it is clear we need a New Deal with Canada. Read my statement here: pic.twitter.com/DsemIHN3qR— Scott Moe (@PremierScottMoe) October 22, 2019\nFor his third point, Moe clarified that "this means pipelines." He concluded the letter by writing that he wants the Prime Minister to prove that he has heard the province's frustration and work with them.\nThis is not the first time Scott Moe has criticized Trudeau. During the election, Moe called Trudeau, "Dangerous, divisive, & destructive."\nMoe's letter saw both support and criticism on Twitter.\n"Well done Premier Moe. Regrettably the Prime Minister’s words will prove to be as empty as they have always been. Best to start planning next steps as I’m sure you are. You and our Premier Kenney will be a formidable pair. We need you both at your best! Best wishes," wrote @GaynorDan.\n"That's some pretty tough talk, coming from a guy who's never led a party to victory in an election. Especially to a guy who's just won two federal elections," wrote @neilpk70.\nWell done Premier Moe. Regrettably the Prime Minister’s words will prove to be as empty as they have always been. Best to start planning next steps as I’m sure you are. You and our Premier Kenney will be a formidable pair. We need you both at your best! Best wishes.— Dan Gaynor (@GaynorDan) October 22, 2019\nThat's some pretty tough talk, coming from a guy who's never led a party to victory in an election.Especially to a guy who's just won two federal elections.— Count Floyd 🇨🇦 (@neilpk70) October 22, 2019\nI read this as political talk for: Listen up Trudeau we're not putting up with this crap any more.— 🕊️ PolyMath 🕊️🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊 (@justdareme99) October 22, 2019\ntake the L buddy— Mike Barber "nick 'sexy' nurse" halloween costume (@mbarber86) October 22, 2019\n👍👍👍Good Start.— Patronessa (@Patronessa1) October 22, 2019\nWe need you to make an attempt to work with the federal government, instead of whatever it is this is— Courtzz (@MiaLebowski) October 22, 2019\nWhen it comes to Alberta and Saskatchewan we have heard Trudeau say they hear you many times In the end those are just words In 4 years @JustinTrudeau and his party have shown nothing but hate and disdain for these two province's it won't change Eastern Canada turned their backs!— Dee Sum🌊🌊🌊🌊@Andrewsheer4PM (@delta_su) October 22, 2019\nSo basically, ‘We know you won the federal election, but think we should run the country anyway’. That’s a no from me, brah.— Neal (@Jayfan34) October 22, 2019\nGood to hear a strong statement.But I have no reason to believe any change will come from Trudeau, and our leaders better be ready to stand up for what the people are moving towards.... #wexit— Corral Cowpoke #WEXIT (@CowpokeOKCorral) October 22, 2019\nOr, you know, you can run a half-decent campaign with a non-chump leader and just win in the traditional way, instead of whining that the rest of us wouldn't vote for an obvious marshmallow of a candidate— hello (@npnthr) October 22, 2019\nCan't fix liberal stupid. Not even worth the effort.They don't just want a bigger piece of the energy pie, they want to kill the pie. That is their stated policy.Before the pie is killed, they'll carbon tax to death. When is the referendum?We need to run, not walk#wexit— Canadian Truth Seeker (@1plus1_is_3) October 22, 2019\nWhy didn't we hear this crap back when Harper and Kenney drew up the equalization plan we are still using. Why did it become 'unfair' after Trudeau came to power?— Mike Morris (@1MikeMorris) October 22, 2019\nThe statement comes on the heels of the newly trending #wexit hashtag, which is being used by Canadians who believe that Alberta and Saskatchewan should separate from Canada.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.