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John is a litigator whose practice is focused in the areas of commercial and environmental litigation, expropriation law, energy regulation, and regulatory offences.  He is particularly interested in agricultural issues and the regulation of agricultural land use, and lives and works on his family’s cash crop farm north of London, Ontario with his wife and three kids.  Landowner Law Blog

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Mushrooms: “Nature’s Greatest Decomposers”

April 2019

An Indigenous-led organization in New Mexico is using fungus in an attempt to remove chemicals from soil.

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Fungi Can Eat Oil

April 2019

Meaning even as pipeline leaks become less likely, they can never do permanent damage to soil so long as the right mushrooms spores are buried with pipe.

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Your Home on Native Land

"Discovery of ancient burial mounds traps landowners in bureaucratic 'bottomless pit of hell'"

April 2019

A Grave Threat to Property Rights... We apologize for the pun. 

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We can think of another linear project Trump and the Alaska governor could help Alberta with. #NorthernGateway2

Alaska governor asks Trump to grant rail extension to northern Alberta

April 2019

Railway corporation hopes to reduce travel time for cargo, including bitumen, bound for Asian markets

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"Discovery of ancient burial mounds traps landowners in bureaucratic 'bottomless pit of hell'"

A Grave Threat to Property Rights...

April 2019

We apologize for the pun. 

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Climate Change Activist Admits: Being Green "Requires the End of Capitalism"

March 2019

Climate change is the result of our current economic and industrial system.

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Stop killing pipelines and prosperity, say Indigenous leaders

March 2019

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Incentivization Instead of Expropriation

March 2019

Could tax breaks encourage landowners to partner in energy transport projects? By Michael Sidhu

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Private Property Rights Matter

March 2019

Failing to prosecute anti-pipeline protestors for trespassing threatens the common good. By Amanda Achtman

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We Are All Pipeline Owners

March 2019

It’s time to celebrate Canada’s Energy Pipeline Industry.

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