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Report: Pipeline Won’t Increase Carbon Emissions, posted on Transport Topics

A report by the U.S. State Department found that the proposed Keystone XL Canada-U.S. oil pipeline would not increase carbon emissions because the oil sands in Alberta will be developed anyway.  [Read More…]  

Say yes to pipeline, yes to immigration, posted on The Paris Post-Intelligencer

In a government paralyzed by political stalemate, opportunities are rare to make a deal that works for both sides. President Barack Obama may have such an opportunity, and he should seize it. [Read More…]  

Canadian dollar jumps higher on market optimism over Keystone XL pipeline by Malcolm Morrison, posted on Vancouver Desi

The Canadian dollar charged ahead Monday amid optimism that the controversial Keystone XL pipeline will get U.S. approval. [Read More…]  

Keystone XL foes still stand strong, posted on the Casa Grande Dispatch

With yet another obstacle removed for the Keystone XL pipeline, opponents were pressing forward with a lawsuit to challenge the project, public protests and an effort to inject the issue into the November elections.  [Read More…]  

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