November 10, 2011

Pipeline Delay Gives Obama Cover

Kelly McParland, National Post


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The inevitable appears about to take place: The Obama administration is said to be considering a manoeuvre that would save it from having to render a decision on the Keystone XL oil pipeline from Alberta until after the presidential election next year. . .

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