Canada confident in future of Keystone XL Pipeline despite US election

The Keystone XL Pipeline has been a political hot potato since initially proposed in 2008. Former President Barack Obama denied the project in 2015, stating the pipeline would impair the nation’s mission to reduce carbon emissions and fight climate change. The controversial project was revived earlier this year when President Donald Trump approved a right-of-way to allow the pipeline to be built across US land. Approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline was pertinent to Trump’s plan to grow the fossil fuel industry. However, with the ongoing US election, the pipeline faces an uncertain future if President Trump leaves the Oval Office and Former Vice President and current Democratic candidate Joe

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