U.S. veterans looking for jobs have a new employment opportunity -- in Canada, working on that countrys section of the Keystone XL Pipeline. Though the push to start building the Canada-to-Texas oil route has been delayed in the United States amid political and environmental disputes, the Veterans of Foreign Wars is part of a deal that would send veterans and active-duty soldiers across the border to fill as many as 114,000 skilled-labor jobs. The jobs include work on the crude-oil pipeline as well as work on infrastructure and even skyscrapers. The deal is being negotiated by the Edmonton Economic Development Corp. and VetJobs, a job-placement company in which the VFW has a stake. Read more: With Keystone in limbo, VFW helps vets get work on Canada's section | Fox News obama,, sending jobs to foreign lands. gobama gobama.