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Calgary Herald by By James Wood, Chris Varcoe And Dan Healing.  Proponents of the Keystone XL pipeline were upbeat Friday after a U.S. State Department report found the project would have little impact on the growth of Alberta's oilsands - and their associated greenhouse gas emissions - whether or not it was approved.