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Pipelines are among a select group of Canadian stocks that are deemed good enough not only for amoral types, but also for investors who like to believe that their investment dollars are being put to good use.
Pipelines are among a select group of Canadian stocks that are deemed good enough not only for amoral types, but also for investors who like to believe that their investment dollars are being put to good use.
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Current plans may not alleviate Canada’s pipeline shortage

Pipeline companies and oil producers have been fretting about running out of pipeline space for years now. The pipes are almost plugged, and while there are plans in the works to alleviate the problem – Keystone XL, Northern Gateway pipeline, Line 9 reversal, among other ideas – the spare room won’t last long. Canada could be facing another pipeline shortage in just a few years.