Leading up to his inauguration, President-elect Joe Biden has indicated plans to cancel the permits for the Keystone XL Pipeline. \nWhile Biden hasn't made any official calls of that nature just yet, Calgary-based TC Energy announced on Wednesday, January 20, that they have suspended all advancement of the project "as a result of the expected revocation of the Presidential Permit." \nEditor's Choice: Greta Thunberg Totally Roasted Trump As He Left The White House For The Last Time\n\n\n\n“\n\n\n"We renew our call on the incoming administration to show respect for Canada as the United States' most important trading partner and strategic ally by keeping that commitment to engage."\n\n\nJason Kenney\n\n\nAlberta's premier, Jason Kenney, has issued a statement urging Biden not to cancel the pipeline. \nTC Energy's press release noted the impact they believe would result from the cancellation: "The action would directly lead to the layoff of thousands of union workers and negatively impact ground-breaking industry commitments to use new renewable energy as well as historic equity partnerships with Indigenous communities."\nJoe Biden has said he plans to overturn a number of Trump's policies the moment he gets into office. \nThose policies include the Keystone XL Pipelines' permits and a number of other policies related to the environment. \nBiden will officially become president on Wednesday, January 20 and Trump has already given his farewell speech to America. \nThis article's cover photo is for illustrative purposes only.