Edward Greenspon

managing editor for global energy, environment and commodities for Bloomberg News in Toronto.

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Edward Greenspon joined Bloomberg News in January 2014 as Editor-at-Large for Canada after three years as vice president of strategic investments for Star Media Group, a division of Torstar Corp. and publisher of the Toronto Star.

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While the fight over the Keystone XL Pipeline plays out in Washington, what do Canadians think?

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While the fight over the Keystone XL Pipeline plays out in Washington, what do Canadians think?

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