Alberta Premier sees light at end of Keystone pipeline

WASHINGTON – Alberta Premier Alison Redford came to Washington Friday determined to sell the Keystone XL pipeline to a nation who’s climate change concerns are increasing with each new hurricane, drought and wildfire. On Sunday she flew back confident – but “not at all smug” – that the 1,800-kilometre pipeline is on its way to approval.

“I’m very optimistic,” she said. “There is strong bipartisan support for this project.”

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