The U.S. is importing more oil from Russia and Saudi Arabia while shutting out oil from Canada.
Canadian oil isn’t just better for your wallet, it’s better for the world.
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The Keystone XL pipeline would have increased Canadian oil supply to the U.S. But its permit was cancelled and now the U.S. is getting more oil from Russia and Saudi Arabia.