Keystone XL: How Canada’s pipeline splits the US

Toronto Star: Three years ago, when the Canadian pipeline people first came round Bob Math's cattle ranch in northernmost Montana, the conversation was brittle. The TransCanada emissaries were pleasant enough. But it soon became apparent their Keystone XL pipeline was more than a proposal. They were talking fait accompli. "It wasn't a request, it was an announcement: 'This is what we're going to do on your land,'' Math says of that initial overture to trench through his 600-head Black Angus operation tucked......

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