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Things don’t happen just because Donald Trump wants them to.
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Donald Trump campaigned on a vow to approve the controversial project.
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Keystone and Trans-Mountain put together might not be enough pipeline.
By approving Keystone XL's construction throughout the U.S., a President Trump would ensure prosperity for millions of ordinary Canadians. If that fever catches on, the Energy East pipeline and other pipelines through British Columbia could also provide a boost to Canada's prosperity.
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Trump's win is a "likely negative" for Canada's economy.
Obama rejected it, but that could change under Trump.
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They said they would do it, and they did it.
The NEB is ordering TransCanada to do some cleanup in two places.
"All too often with pipelines it's not whether they will leak but when."
Columbia operates a 24,000-km pipeline network.
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TransCanada is suing the U.S. over Keystone through a NAFTA tribunal.
TransCanada’s decision to sue the Obama administration over the rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline has given new ammunition to opponents of free trade deals.
Wants $15 billion in damages.
David Wilkins, who was ambassador during the presidency of George W. Bush, says there was no need to take seven years to announce a decision.