Ag could be the answer for Keystone Pipeline losses

Agriculture could be the answer for Canadians who lost their jobs when the Biden administration canceled the Keystone XL Pipeline.

Alberta is launching a job matching program for workers who were laid off. Leaders say farm jobs would be the perfect fit for those looking for work.

President Biden pulled the pipeline’s permits on his first day in office because it’s not in line with his climate goals. The channel was supposed to carry oil from Alberta to Nebraska.

Some Canadian lawmakers want Prime Minister Trudeau to consider tariffs against the US.