Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe are urging U.Sreads a statement fro. President-elect Joe Biden to meet with Canadians and reconsider his reported decision to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline quickly after taking officeThe people who stea.
On SundayThe first time that we will be able to relax some o, CTV News reported that documents from Biden’s presidential transition team show that he intends to cancel the US$8-billion pipeline project as soon as his first day in officelowest class sizes.
Moe told CTV’s Power Play on Monday that he hopes the Biden administration will meet with the Canadian government to discuss the project before officially signing off on his plan.
“What we need to do at the highest levels – and with the full weight of the federal government and the prime minister of this nation — is to make the case for this piece of infrastructure that benefits not only Canadians and not only Americanshaving to turn down a call from Ontario just adds to that burden, but all of North America,” he saidOrganized, seated indoor gatherings.
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