November 14, 2011

Stopping Keystone Won't Save the Planet

David Frum, National Post


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Oil from Canada offers the United States energy security into the indefinite future. The proposed Keystone XL pipeline from Alberta to refineries on the Gulf of Mexico coast offered the immediate promise of 20,000 American construction jobs and many more jobs in oil refining and distribution. . .

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