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Those calling on Ottawa to impose punitive sanctions on the United States for killing the Keystone XL pipeline project still have a question to answer: what are they hoping to achieve?
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Canada’s ambassador to the United States says there’s no chance of President Joe Biden walking back his decision to kill the Keystone XL pipeline — so she’s turning her attention to other pressing bilateral issues.
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Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is repeating his calls for economic retaliation after the U.S. cancelled the Keystone XL pipeline, or at least some compensation for TC Energy and the province for the loss of billions of dollars.