The 2 Faces of TransCanada

The Canadian midstream giant, TransCanada (NYSE: TRP  ) , has had a bulls-eye on its back for some time now, placed there carefully by the vehement opposition to the company's Keystone XL pipeline project. In this video, contributor Aimee Duffy discusses the two sides of TransCanada, looking at the company's headlines in the U.S. compared to what makes the papers in its home country. She closes with what American investors need to think about when it comes to evaluating the energy company.

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