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Members of the Cowboys and Indian Alliance, a group of ranchers, farmers and indigenous leaders, protest against the Keystone XL pipeline in front of the Capitol in Washington on Tuesday. The latest delay to a final decision on the Keystone XL oil pipeline will reinforce a White House strategy to energize President Obama's liberal-leaning base before fall elections in which Democrats risk losing control of the U.S. Senate. (REUTERS/Gary Cameron)

Many Canadian aboriginals see no compromise on oil sands pipeline

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By Julie Gordon

KITIMAT, British Columbia (Reuters) - Just a few miles from the spot where Enbridge Inc plans to build a massive marine terminal for its Northern Gateway oil pipeline, Gerald Amos checks crab traps and explains why no concession from the company could win his support for the project.

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