With the anticipated changes to US policy on energy and the environment by the new Biden administration, including the revocation of the presidential permit for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline expansion, it’s clear that these will be among the top bilateral issues for Canada with the Biden White House.
What does this mean for other proposed energy infrastructure projects such as Line 5, Line 3 and the Alberta 2 Alaska railway? What should the key priorities for Canada be on energy, trade and climate change? And how can Canada work to strengthen Canada-US relations while advancing its own interests?
To answer these vital questions the Macdonald-Laurier Institute brought together a panel of renowned experts to explore both the challenges and opportunities for Canada as it engages on these issues with the new administration.