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Hillary Clinton touches on Keystone XL, same sex-marriage in Saturday Night Live cameo

Democratic presidential nominee Hilary Clinton made a cameo appearance in the season premiere of Saturday Night Live where she played a bartender who pours a drink for none other than Hilary Rodham Clinton played by SNL regular Kate McKinnon. 353 more words


Former U.S. representative blasts Alberta NDP government for his removal

EDMONTON – Alberta’s former senior representative to the United States questioned the timing of his removal from the position–calling it “short-sighted”–and criticized the Alberta NDP government for sending “mixed messages” about the Keystone XL pipeline. 527 more words


Keystone XL developer drops landowner lawsuits in Nebraska

LINCOLN, Neb. – The developer of the Keystone XL pipeline is shifting course in Nebraska and will withdraw lawsuits seeking to gain access to the property of landowners who oppose the project, the company announced Tuesday. 584 more words


Hillary Clinton endorses more carbon emissions, opposes Keystone pipeline

In a not altogether surprising announcement today, The Washington Post reports Democrat Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton decided to stand with environmentalists by coming out against… 277 more words


More job cuts coming at TransCanada

CALGARY – Employees at TransCanada were informed this week that more job cuts are coming as part of a major overhaul that includes shedding a fifth of senior leadership positions from the pipeline and power company. 329 more words


Ewart: Notley uses Clinton's KxL rejection to pump more refining in Alberta

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley wasted no time turning Hillary Clinton’s rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline as reason to pump her ambition for refining more oil in Alberta. 778 more words


Graham Thomson: D.C. off the agenda for premier's first U.S. visit

Rachel Notley is about to make her first international trip as premier.

Like so many of her predecessors, she’s going to New York to talk to the Wall Street crowd. 625 more words