U.S. Election

Revisiting Keystone, not NAFTA, should be Trudeau’s focus

The heavy lifting on the Keystone XL pipeline has already been done on both sides of the border.

An oil pipeline near Fairbanks, Alaska. The approval of the Keystone pipeline would help spark some new investment in the energy sector and lead to more jobs for Canadians, argues Rob Merrifield. Maureen photograph courtesy of Flickr

By ROB MERRIFIELD

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016 12:00 AM

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