Donald Trump just approved the Keystone XL tarsands pipeline — overturning Obama’s 2015 rejection. 
Keystone XL would threaten dozens of rivers with oil spills, and make it virtually impossible for Canada to meet our climate targets. 
Trump warned that he plans to “renegotiate the terms” of the project — and the media is already reporting that this could mean higher costs for Canada. 
Unbelievably, the Liberal government is giving Trump’s plan the thumbs-up, without any additional review of the changes to the project that Trump negotiates. That gives Trump a blank cheque to change the project terms without our approval 
What’s worse, Keystone XL has never faced a serious review in Canada. Harper rubber-stamped the pipeline after a sham process that didn’t even consider climate change.
A project this massive needs a careful and thorough review — especially now that Trump is promising to negotiate changes that could make Keystone even worse for Canada.
If enough of us speak out, we can convince the Liberal government to suspend Harper’s approval of Keystone XL, and put the project — including any of Trump’s changes — through a new, credible review process.
Sign the petition now
 Trump signs Keystone order, wants terms renegotiated (Globe and Mail). http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/industry-news/energy-and-resources/trump-sign-order-to-approve-keystone-xl-pipeline/article33714341/
 Oil sands must remain largely unexploited to meet climate target, study finds (Globe and Mail). http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/study-backs-argument-keystone-would-contribute-to-climate-change/article22335591/
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