Within hours of moving into the White House, President Joe Biden cancelled the Keystone XL pipeline, which was set to transport up to 830,000 barrels of oil per day from Alberta to Nebraska.

Canada’s politicians have been reacting pretty differently to the move, with one official describing it as “a portrait in leadership” while another said it left them feeling “deeply disturbed.”

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Reports have emerged stating that the U.S. president-elect, Joe Biden, plans to cancel the permit for the Keystone XL Pipeline and Alberta's premier has issued a stern response.

According to CBC News , Biden wants to rescind the Keystone XL pipeline permit on the first day of his presidency.

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We're less than a month away from the U.S. presidential elections and people well beyond the American borders are keeping an eye on the process. Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday, October 9, that Canada should brace for "disruptions" if there isn't a clear outcome from the U.S. presidential polls this November.

Trudeau also said in the press conference that no matter what goes down south of the border, Canada will be impacted.

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