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Paul Hammel 5h
Some news -- In Canada, regulators are allowing to begin clearing trees on that side of the border for the controversial pipeline. Story from
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R 6h
has now satisfied regulatory requirements for winter 2019 clearing of trees, undergrowth along the pipeline route’s north section, starting at Hardisty, Alberta...... .
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LLD 41m
Tell and the to stop once and for all! via
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Judy Skog 5h
I just contributed on : Donate to fund cultural resource surveys of sacred and historical Native American sites on the proposed pipeline route. Contribute here:
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Infrastructure Now Jan 22
. green lights preliminary work on ’s Project
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Geneviève Normand Jan 21
Here is the news release from the National Energy Board about the approval for to being additional construction activities on its project. Reminder: the project is still facing legal battles in the United States.
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Daniel Clarke 19h
And “North American” is code for US anyway. I’m not thinking the CAN-US trade relationship is so stellar currently that they deserve a free pass (especially natural resources)! Bottom line QUEBEC should be using 100% Canadian oil!
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R 6h
Replying to @RDesroc
In November, Montana federal judge halted construction of the on grounds U.S. government did not complete a full analysis of the environmental impact of the project.
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Vista Projects Jan 22
With updated approval, can begin pre-construction pipeline work starting at the end of January, more than a decade after its initial filing of February 27, 2009.
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Kathleen Sgamma 3h
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Dave Core 21h
The Arteries of Our Civilization; For the moment, nothing is superior to pipelines in terms of moving large quantities of hydrocarbons safely, reliably and cost effectively over long distances.
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NEB Canada Jan 21
’s Keystone Pipeline GP Ltd. authorized to begin additional construction activities on its Project in :
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Geneviève Normand Jan 21
Also, here is a map that shows where the winter clearing work for can occur. It's a small area south of Hardisty called the "North Spread". Hardisty is an oil industry hub in southeast Alberta. Map from .
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Geneviève Normand Jan 21
Calgary-based company received the green light today from the to begin winter clearing work on its project *in Canada*. The Canadian portion of the pipeline is 529 km long and connects Hardisty, Alberta, to Monchy, Saskatchewan.
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John Skiles Skinner Jan 15
Fun fact: is a pro-KXL social regressive representing the single most progressive anti-KXL rural Nebraska district. She is extremely vulnerable in 2021.
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Dave Core 21h
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Scott S. Jan 15
Hey , dont fund the pipeline. Deny the loan and pull your $ out of fossil fuels altogether. Call CEO Jamie Dimon. Tell him to stop funding climate disaster:
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Ocupa Rio Jan 15
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essexleasefinancial Jan 22
NEB approves TransCanada to begin winter clearing work for Keystone XL
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Dave Core 21h
Trudeau's Pandering Hurts Pipelines, And it doesn't even make First Nations activists happy:
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