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Including 28 beaver ponds.
I know that the term "ethical oil" has some blemishes on it because of issues surrounding its origin, but I believe in the concept behind the term. I want my personal gasoline purchases to go towards subsidizing medicare and not subsidizing a despot or paying for a tyrant to bomb his neighbour.
Energy East wants to force the Canadian economy in this 19th century straight-jacket for the next 40 years. As a member of the G8, we need an economy based on know-how, renewable energies, manufacturing as well as refining our natural resources. Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre is right in rejecting TransCanada's antiquated project.
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The pipeline is worth about $2 million a year in economic benefits, but a major spill could cost between $1 billion and $10 billion.
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If Keystone XL were built, it would produce 110 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions every year, which is incompatible with effective U.S. action to cut climate pollution. Ultimately, the loser isn't the big bad Americans; it's our environment, and the right of governments to protect it for their citizens.
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.
TransCanada intends to seek US$15 billion in damages over Obama's rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline.
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Wants $15 billion in damages.
In a press release dated Dec. 18, TransCanada announced that "support for Energy East is growing across Canada." Did I read that right, or is this merely a wish list that TransCanada has sent to Santa Claus on Christmas Eve? TC seems to believe that social acceptability is on the rise!
WASHINGTON — U.S. President Barack Obama has announced he's rejected TransCanada's application to build the Keystone XL pipeline, capping a seven-year saga that became an environmental flashpoint in b...
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CALGARY — TransCanada Corp. CEO Russ Girling issued a statement Friday after U.S. President Barack Obama rejected the company's proposed Keystone XL pipeline, which would have shipped oil from Alberta...
A seven-year saga comes to an end.
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CALGARY — An export terminal in Quebec will no longer be part of the equation for the cross-Canada Energy East Pipeline. The company behind the project, TransCanada Corp., says it's amending its appli...
WASHINGTON — The U.S. government says it's rejecting a request by TransCanada Corp. that it pause its review of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. The answer comes in a letter to TransCanada two days...