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BLUNDERS BY CANADIAN INDUSTRY AND GOV'T LED TO KEYSTONE XL PIPELINE DELAYAL

November 21, 2011: Read letter (3rd down) to the editor of the Washington (DC) Examiner.

November 21, 2011: Read letter to the editor of the Ottawa Citizen. Shorter version of this letter appeared (5th down) in the Toronto Star on November 19.

November 18, 2011: Read letter to the editor of the Cape Breton Post, Nova Scotia.

November 17, 2011: Read letter to the editor of Canada's National Post.

November 16, 2011: Watch interview (right) with Tom Harris on The Charles Adler Show on Sun Media TV across Canada. Rebroadcast: 19/11/11.

November 16, 2011: Read letter (3rd down) to the editor of the Las Vegas Journal-Review, Nevada.

November 15, 2011: Read letter to the editor of the Financial Post. Republished 16/11/11, Ottawa Citizen.

November 14, 2011: Listen to radio interview with Tom Harris on Late Night Counsell, CFRA, Ottawa.

Click image to watch 7 minute interview about the mistakes of government and industry that led to the pipeline delayal.

Original route of the almost 3,000 km proposed Keystone XL
pipeline ran through Nebraska's "Sandhills", the largest and
most intricate wetland ecosystem in the US. Going around it will take 50 - 65 km more pipe and one additional pumping station.
Graphic: "Report: Sand Hills route best" (27/08/11), Omaha World Herald, Nebraska, U.S.A.
November 17, 2011 Update: "The Nebraska legislature Wednesday voted unanimously to advance a proposed law that would reroute the controversial pipeline to avoid the sensitive Sandhills and Ogallala aquifer. Nebraska and TransCanada agreed Monday to find a new route for the pipeline." Source: Financial Post.