Biden to cancel Keystone XL pipeline permit on first day in office, sources confirm

U.S. president-elect Joe Biden is planning to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline permit via executive action on his first day in office, sources confirmed to CBC News on Sunday.

The purported briefing note from the Biden transition team was widely circulated over the weekend after being shared by the incoming president's team with U.S.

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