The deep similarities between Canada and the U.S.

Historian Robert Bothwell on trade, Keystone and our sometimes vexed relationship
Climate advocates and representatives from the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota protest against Keystone XL pipeline at Senator Landrieu’s house in Washington

What comes next in the long battle over Keystone XL

In the end, a long-awaited Senate vote on the oil sands pipeline was all about U.S. politics. Why that could spell more bad news for Alberta
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Will Obama veto Keystone XL legislation?

With a Senate vote on Keystone expected Tuesday, Obama is suddenly embracing the view of pipeline critics
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Why the debate over Keystone and emissions comes down to rail

Econ 101 shows that blocking Keystone only matters to oil sands production if rail can’t pick up the slack

A paper on Keystone’s climate impacts would fail Econ 101

The claim that Keystone will lead to lower oil prices and thus higher consumptions is based on a faulty model
Pipes carry recovered bitumen from Devon Energy Corp.'s 35,000 barrel per day Jackfish Projects processing plant, where Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage (SAGD) is used to extract bitumen from oil sands, near Conklin, Alberta, Canada, on Monday, June 28, 2010. Canada's oil sands, a mixture of sand, clay, water and a heavy oil called bitumen, contain the world's second largest proven concentration of crude oil reserves at about 170 billion barrels. Photographer: Jimmy Jeong/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Is Canada headed for a pipeline bubble?

Will the TransMountain pipeline expansion still be needed if the world takes significant action on climate change?
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The NDP comes out against Harper’s ’big lentil’ agenda

The party’s position on Keystone sounds silly when applied to grain farming, so why keep it?
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New language, same old story on Keystone from climate scientists

If you want to be on the side of evidence-based policies on climate change, you shouldn’t rely on exaggerations when writing about Keystone

Should Alberta fear Obama’s latest tough talk on climate?

Luiza Ch. Savage on a story that merits watching closely