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Pipelines, Paris and cross-border politics: US energy policies leave Canadians divided over how to respond

Most want Canada to maintain its climate commitments, even if U.S. pulls out of Paris Agreement March 9, 2017 – With Alberta Premier Rachel Notley in Houston this week for North America’s largest energy industry conference, and Prime Minister Justin

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Pipeline Politics: Government decisions on TransMountain, Northern Gateway reflect public opinion

By Dave Korzinski and Ian Holliday, Research Associates November 29, 2016 – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced that his government has made decisions on three pipeline projects, approving two (Kinder Morgan’s TransMountain expansion and Enbridge’s Line 3 replacement) and rejecting the

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Rocky Mountain Rumble: Alberta, B.C. residents at odds over TransMountain Pipeline

Albertans are most supportive of the pipeline’s approval, while British Columbians are most opposed June 16, 2016 – As Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson and Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi  trade barbs over the National Energy Board’s decision to approve – with

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ANALYSIS: Keystone, Canada and our “special friend” – how XL’s ultimate rejection was viewed by Canadians

By Shachi Kurl and Ian Holliday November 6, 2015 – U.S. President Barack Obama’s decision to reject on Friday the proposed Keystone XL pipeline between the Alberta oil sands and the American Gulf Coast may not have been a stunner –

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Half of Canadians support Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion, just over half back protests against it, and some actually support both

New survey measures Canadians’ views on Keystone, KM pipelines, energy policy and gas prices December 18, 2014 – Canadians are split in their views on the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline from Alberta to British Columbia, and the

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Northern Gateway: Canadians split on federal decision; but majority say pipeline will be built

Regional results show BC and Alberta are neighbours with little in common on this issue

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