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Keystone XL legal risks highlight dangers of putting investors before climate change

By Kyla Tienhaara, Canada Research Chair in Economy and Environment, Queen's University, Ontario
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The chickens have come home to roost for Alberta Premier Jason Kenney. Kenney bet around $1.5 billion of public money on a very risky prospect — the highly controversial Keystone XL pipeline.

U.S. President Joe Biden, to the surprise of no one but Kenney, followed through on an election promise and cancelled…

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