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Nathan VanderKlippe's journey along the Keystone XL pipeline route

Over the course of a week at the end of April, Nathan VanderKlippe roughly followed the route of TransCanada's proposed Keystone XL pipeline, speaking with landowners, municipal officials, activists, artists, even a preacher. These are the places he stopped at along the way.

Click on any point on the map to learn about that spot and why Nathan stopped there. Check back throughout the week to find links to stories about each location and why it's important to TransCanada and the pipeline's success or failure.

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