Cloudy outlook for pipelines gets even murkier amid court rulings, U.S. election

If Albertans had forgotten about the risks associated with Premier Jason Kenney's decision to invest $1.1 billion US in the Keystone XL pipeline, plus $4.2 billion in loan guarantees, this week was a painful reminder of the treacherous business building pipelines has become.

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