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We explain Keystone XL, the pipeline that just won't die

When Obama rejected the permit for Keystone XL in 2015, environmentalists thought it was as good as dead. But within a week of taking office, President Trump revived the hugely contentious energy project on new terms. 41 more words

Climate & Energy

Trudeau's own goal on climate sends activists back to the drawing board

By Anders Lorenzen

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has taken a real political gamble that could threaten his legitimacy on climate. By pledging to work together with US president… 630 more words


Five things you should know before you start your work day on Feb. 17

Good morning! Editor Nicole MacAdam (@nicole_mac1) here. It could be 15 years before Ottawa gets its money back from Bombardier, Sun Life says Trump’s economic policies work in its favour, and CP is using managers and IT guys to make up for a shortage of train drivers. 723 more words


Trump’s environmental assault continues, and now he’ll have Pruitt as a henchman

Even as national security scandals and general chaos engulf the White House, President Trump continues to wreak environmental havoc. Your Trump Tracker columnist already told you what POTUS got up to in his… 1,065 more words

Climate & Energy

New application, same route: TransCanada refiles in Nebraska to build Keystone XL pipeline

CALGARY • TransCanada Corp. on Thursday refiled an application to move ahead with its Keystone XL pipeline in the U.S. state of Nebraska, kicking off an approval process that is likely to be met with intense scrutiny. 581 more words


TransCanada refiles application seeking Keystone XL pipeline approval in Nebraska

CALGARY – TransCanada says it’s once again seeking approval of its Keystone XL pipeline route in Nebraska despite stiff opposition from some landowners.

The energy company says the application it has filed with the Nebraska Public Service Commission is the clearest path to achieving route certainty, adding that it expects a decision on its application by the end of the year. 387 more words


Five things you should know before you start your work day on Feb. 16

Good morning! Editor Nicole MacAdam (@nicole_mac1) here. U.S. trade worries temper enthusiasm for Keystone, BCE wins approval for its purchase of Manitoba Telecom Services and CSX shareholders will vote on a US$300 million compensation package for Hunter Harrison. 727 more words