February 2, 2014 11:00 am
Updated: February 3, 2014 2:43 pm

What’s next for Keystone?

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Watch: A discussion with two experts on the implications of the recent U.S. State Department report on Keystone XL.

The proposed Keystone XL pipeline hit another milestone, with the clock now ticking toward the final decision.

Helping us break down the latest environmental impact report from the U.S. State Department is Paul Frazer, an expert on Canada-U.S. relations, and Luiza Ch. Savage, the Washington bureau chief with Maclean’s magazine.

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Not surprisingly, both pro- and anti-pipeline groups seized the aspects of the report that support their respective causes.
In reality, the report does neither.

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Recommending for or against the project is up to Secretary of State John Kerry, with the final decision up to President Barack Obama.

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