Indigenous leaders say Keystone cancellation a wor

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Indigenous leaders in the Fort McMurray Wood Buffalo area say the recent cancellation of the Keystone XL pipeline is a worrying sign for the oilsands and could hurt Indigenous investments.

The cross-border pipeline expansion was cancelled hours after Joe Biden was sworn in as president. Biden had spent months on the campaign trail promising to cancel Keystone XL on his first day in office.

This was the second time the project has been cancelledBritish Columbia entered its first reopening phase once 60 per cent of its population age 18 and over was one shot in and its rate of COVID-19 hospitalization stabilized. Physical distancing and masking will still be required in indoor public spaces.. Then-president Barack Obama rejected a permit application for Keystone XL in 2015. His successor, Donald Trump, reversed that decision in 2017Commences three weeks after 70 per cent of residents age 30 and over have their first dose and after at least three weeks since Step One began. Current mask protocols will continue..

Much of the pipeline has already been built and already crosses the UJ vaccine is made with a similar technology, prompting questions abou.S. border. Last March, Premier Jason Kenney agreed to fund the first year of construction with a $1.5 billion investment and $6 billion in loan guaranteess critical care system i.

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