Alberta Premier responds to Keystone decision
The U.S. State Department’s decision on Wednesday to reject TransCanada’s permit to build the Keystone XL pipeline is reverberating across the Canadian political and business landscape. But Alberta premier Alison Redford is not waving the white flag for Keystone XL, saying it’s “entirely possible for this project to proceed.”
“We believe this is an important project for Alberta,” she said at a press conference.
- Wednesday, January 18, 2012: TransCanada's Keystone XL rejected by U.S.
- Wednesday, January 11, 2012: U.S. Republicans hope for 'yes' on Keystone, prepare for 'no'
- Thursday, November 17, 2011: Keystone won’t disrupt pipeline industry: Pembina CEO
- Tuesday, November 15, 2011: Keystone XL critic now pushing to ‘expedite’ approval
- Friday, November 11, 2011: Keystone decision a setback for U.S.-Canada relations
- Thursday, November 10, 2011: Keystone delay hurts oil sands producers: Enerplus
- Thursday, November 10, 2011: U.S. seeks new Keystone pipeline route
- Friday, October 7, 2011: Keystone XL and Oklahoma
- Wednesday, October 5, 2011: Green groups sue to stop work on Keystone pipeline
- Friday, September 23, 2011: E-mails trigger allegations of bias in Keystone review
- Thursday, September 1, 2011: What Keystone means for the oil sands
- Tuesday, August 2, 2011: Canada pushes for Keystone XL project
- Tuesday, June 7, 2011: U.S. EPA frets over leaks on Keystone XL pipeline
- Friday, June 3, 2011: U.S. shuts down Keystone pipeline