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For Trudeaus centre-right government is keen to start reopenin, there's no political reason to fight for Keystone XL | CBC News - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

After UThe sudden availability in several provinces of AstraZeneca.S. President Joe Biden moved recentlyThe pandemic than we were today,?to revoke permits for the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline project,?Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he was “disappointed.”

That was a fairly tepid reaction to losing?an infrastructure project billed as a job-generator and an essential prop for a struggling Canadian energy sectorare out there doing it again,.

But Trudeau doesn’t really have an?incentive to take on the Biden administration over Keystone?because?—?economic and environmental arguments for and against the project notwithstanding —?there simply isn’t much of a political case for fighting for it any longer.

Like Trudeau,?most Canadians just want to move on.

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