The Canadian Press has learned there are three options Ottawa is considering to ensure the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion will be built. The preferred option is expected to be announced this morning after a meeting of the Trudeau cabinet. Finance Minister Bill Morneau has already confirmed one option would see Kinder Morgan keep building the expansion, but have Ottawa cover any cost overruns that political interference might cause. The Canadian Press has learned another option would see the government buy and build the expansion, then sell it — or Ottawa could buy it temporarily and then sell it to investors to build. Tim McMillan, president of the Canadian Association of Pipeline Producers, said whatever happens on this project this week is “huge” for the pipeline, the industry, and for Canada.