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The company says changes to the review process have affected the project's viability.
How many jobs the pipeline will create is a matter of debate.
Imperial Oil and TransCanada CEOs say new rules are irrelevant.
Columbia operates a 24,000-km pipeline network.
Wants $15 billion in damages.
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A seven-year saga comes to an end.
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