Keystone XL

Obama envoy ends first year in Canada, pointing to areas of accord.CP

Beyond KXL: Obama envoy ends first year in Canada, pointing to areas of accord

"I'm having the meetings that are necessary for me to have. I feel very comfortable that we're driving outcomes in our bilateral relationship," says Heyman.
Canada's U.S. advertising campaign, Keystone XL

Inside Canada's publicly funded $24 mil oilsands ad campaign

WASHINGTON — The multimillion−dollar campaign to market Canadian oil in the U.S. was hard to miss. The Maple Leaf was plastered on the walls of subway stops in Washington, D.C., and it popped up...
Opinion: Keystone XL. Let's talk dirty.

Keystone XL. Let's talk dirty.

Many people will write me off as soon as they read the next sentence. I am a geologist, I am American and I have worked in the oil and gas business for the last 36 years.

How Harper's disastrous diplomacy crushed Keystone XL

President Obama's veto of the Keystone XL pipeline bill is nothing less than a devastating indictment of Stephen Harper's foreign policy. 

Obama vetoes Keystone XL

U.S. President Barack Obama has just vetoed the Keystone XL pipeline bill. The controversial pipeline, proposed by Calgary-based pipeline company TransCanada, won broad support from the Republican-...

Ambassador Doer says Obama risks surge in oil trains by rejecting Keystone XL

Pipeline pitched as good for reducing highway traffic, and avoiding oil-by-rail safety issues.

Obama's State of the Union good news for Keystone XL opponents

He didn't mention the pipeline by name, but U.S. President Barack Obama clearly referenced Keystone XL in his State of the Union speech tonight.  “Twenty-first century businesses need twenty-...

President Obama the last hurdle stopping Keystone XL

All eyes are on U.S. President Barack Obama, now that the Republican-dominatedHouse of Representatives voted 266-153 to approve the Keystone XL pipeline.   And in a split...
Barack Obama and Stephen Harper

Canada needs Keystone XL pipeline more than U.S., says 'Shadow CIA'

Canada needs Keystone XL pipeline far more than the U.S. does, according to Stratfor, a private intelligence company also known as the "Shadow CIA".  Prime Minister Stephen Harper's office...
President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Stephen Harper - PMO photo

Prime Minister Harper's office reacts to Obama's vow to veto Keystone XL

"Our position on Keystone remains the same: we believe the project should be approved," said Prime Minister Harper's spokesperson.