Keystone XL, through Obama’s eyes

Obama is not exactly desperate to do this favour for Ottawa, and it shows.

BW Communications / TransCanada Photo: Dan Gunderson
A Des Moines, Iowa Keystone XL pipeline rally on April 4.
Brian Bow
Published: Thursday, 09/19/2013 12:33 am EDT
Last Updated: Thursday, 09/19/2013 10:35 pm EDT

The Obama administration probably will approve the Keystone XL pipeline extension. The president’s July 24 remarks about the number of jobs the project would create were certainly provocative (and flunked by fact-checkers), but they do not necessarily represent a definitive repositioning.

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