Bank: Canada to lose $15-billion a year on Keystone, lack of oil pipeline capacity — Obama: ‘We could not have a better friend and ally’

“Canada lost out on about $25 billion in oil revenues last year due to pipeline and production bottlenecks and is expected to lose $15 billion a year going forward until it deals with its infrastructure deficit, a new CIBC report says.”

Read more in the Financial Post.

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