Keystone XL no longer crucial for Canada's oil exports, says natural resources minister

The prospect of the Keystone XL pipeline being approved by the incoming Trump administration will have little effect on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s plans to get Canada’s oil to market. 
Federal Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr says Canada has moved on to a whole different plan for its oil exports, and the once crucial Keystone XL pipeline has become less of a priority.
“It doesn’t get oil to export markets in Asia,” said Carr as he left his government’s cabinet meeting Tuesday.
“It’s a goal of the government of Canada to expand its export markets.”
President-elect Donald Trump has promised …
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