November 11, 2011

Pipeline Decision a Setback for U.S.-Canada Ties

Barrie McKenna, Globe and Mail

AP Photo

The Obama administration's move to sideline the Keystone XL pipeline is a major setback for relations between the world's two largest trading partners, and threatens Canada's role as the leading energy supplier to the United States.

Read Full Article ››

TAGGED: Barack Obama, Keystone pipeline, Keystone XL pipeline, United States, Canada, Nebraska

RECOMMENDED ARTICLES

Sorry, but Keystone is not a silver bullet for our sluggish economy. It should be supported, yes, because its benefits — at least in its revised configuration — appear to outweigh its possible costs. But a few... more ››
People in the United States claim Mexico has benefited the most from the deal, while Canadians think the Americans are the real winners. more ››
May 11, 2012
The Coming Arms Race for Oil in the Arctic
Bob Reiss, Fortune
The race for oil in the Arctic is on. As the polar ice cap retreats, energy companies are looking north for a potentially huge new source of crude supply. In April, Exxon Mobil (XOM) and Russian oil giant Rosneft announced a... more ››
May 17, 2012
The Ugly Side of the 'Quebec Model'
National Post
If Canadians still harbour suspicions that Quebec is not in fact a “distinct society,” the ongoing student strikes in that province, and the provincial government’s reaction to them, may have put those doubts to... more ››
May 7, 2012
Why Canada Can Lead in a Changing World
Joe Clark, Ottawa Citizen
Power among nations is shifting dramatically. Goldman Sachs has projected that, by 2050, the seven largest economies in the world will include only one western nation — the United States, which will rank second in economic... more ››