EDMONTON - The Edmonton Oilers have cleared a major hurdle toward getting a new downtown arena, but now need help from two levels of government that have said they don't want anything to do Curtis Martin Jersey with it.The Oilers and the City of Edmonton reached a framework deal late Wednesday night to share the costs of a new $450-million arena to replace aging Rexall Place.The deal is not yet legally binding, and hinges on either the province or the federal government coming up with $100 million.Cam Hantiuk, spokesman for Premier Ed Stelmach, said they'll look at any proposal, but said their position remains the same."Right now the premier will not change his mind. There will be no direct funding to any private busine s," said Hantiuk.Hantiuk noted there Mark Gastineau Jersey are many calls on the public purse. The province will run a $3.4-billion deficit this year while it waits for oil and gas prices to rebound.Stelmach is facing calls Kelvin Beachum Jersey to pour more money in to fixing health care, is spending millions in disaster aid for the fire-ravaged community of Slave Lake, and is dealing with the political fallout of teachers being laid off acro s the province due to budget cuts.The federal government is equally reluctant.Prime Minister Stephen Harper Quincy Enunwa Jersey made it clear two months ago that his government is not in the pro hockey busine s."We will not spend taxpayers' money on a profe sional sports arena or stadium in Quebec City," Harper said in the Quebec capital just six weeks before winning a majority government in a general election.