Keystone XL Pipeline continues trek north

Keystone XL Pipeline continues its slow journey north to Hardisty on the morning of Nov. 22, 2020 near Mud Butte Simmentals, located south of Monitor, Alta. between Oyen and Consort. TransCanada is expected to lay nearly 150km worth of pipe into the ground. $207.3 million is expected to be injected directly into the Canadian economy through prime contractors and suppliers and $41 million through indirect spending such as subcontractors and suppliers, labour and materials. Lacey Abt of LNA Photography never expected her photo she took on her way to work to get as much attention as it did with both TransCanada and Premier Jason Kenney sharing the image on social media. Photo courtesy of LNA Photography
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Keystone XL Pipeline continues its slow journey north to Hardisty on the morning of Nov. 22, 2020 near Mud Butte Simmentals, located south of Monitor, Alta. between Oyen and Consort.

TransCanada is expected to lay nearly 150km worth of pipe into the ground. $207.3 million is expected to be injected directly into the Canadian economy through prime contractors and suppliers and $41 million through indirect spending such as subcontractors and suppliers, labour and materials.

Lacey Abt of LNA Photography never expected her photo she took on her way to work to get as much attention as it did with both TransCanada and Premier Jason Kenney sharing the image on social media.

Photo courtesy of LNA Photography

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