Canceling Canadian pipelines and preventing the best in the world oil and gas from reaching the world markets could be a detriment to global emissions.

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This is a news compilation setting the record straight on the day’s top anti-oil and gas stories and providing research and facts to counter misinformation about the oil and gas industry.

News Headline:

Foreign-funded Wilderness Committee uses Keystone XL cancelation as a motive to call for Trudeau to kill other energy infrastructure projects.

Biden shows Trudeau what real climate leadership is with Keystone cancellation.

The Facts:

Canceling Canadian pipelines and preventing the best in the world oil and gas from reaching the world markets could be a detriment to global emissions.


Here’s a story that gets it right

BINNION: A briefing note for Trudeau for conversation with Biden on Keystone XL

With Keystone XL’s cancelation, Canada’s leaders need to think hard about our energy security. Michael Binnion, Executive Director of Modern Miracle Network writes in a briefing to the Prime Minister some considerations on how Trudeau should speak to President Biden with a balanced approach with respect to the countries commitments to each other, climate change, and the success of their economies which are inherently tied to energy.

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