Opponents of the Line 3 pipeline hope Enbridge will have to do the same thing in northern Minnesota — after Calgary-based TC Energy announced Wednesday it’s pulling the pull on its controversial Keystone XL crude oil pipeline.  Canadian officials couldn’t persuade President Biden to reverse his cancellation of its permit, which President Trump had re-instated after President Obama first canceled it in 2014.   Nationally-known environmentalist Bill McKibben, in Minnesota Monday said:

“If it made sense for Obama-Biden to block Keystone, it seems like it makes 10 times the sense for Biden-Harris to block Line 3.”

Enbridge in a written statement during the latest protests said it hopes  “all parties would come to accept the outcome of the thorough, science-based review and multiple approvals of the project.”