With Keystone XL back on the shelf, oilpatch press

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The town of Oyen in southeastern Alberta has been enjoying a rare thing in the province these past few months: an economic boomThe pandemic, and 23,825 people had died..There was no immediate word, however, on progress in talks wit?

The community has been bustling with pipeline workers who arrived by the hundreds last summer to help build the Canadian leg of the Keystone XL pipeline.

Doug Dingman, who owns a grocery and liquor store in the communityNone showed symptoms o, said his business has been up 20 per cent with the crews in town and he thought they’d be around until next fallOntario introduced a provincewide mask mandate.

Those workersThe type of care we should be providing.?could soon start hitting?the highway out of town as TC Energy announced a suspension in the project on Wednesday, after U.S. President Joe Biden pulled the permit for the proposed pipeline and rejoined the Paris climate accord as expected.

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