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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

PIPELINE OBSERVER

Pipelines for Peace

March 2019

When Canada’s major pipeline projects get stonewalled by political interference, it’s bad for the world. 

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PIPELINE OBSERVER

A Clear View

March 2019

Enbridge and NDT Global’s new pipeline inspection tool provides a higher level of safety. By Sean Corbett

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Keystone XL’s New Lease on Life in Nebraska

March 2019

CAEPLA talks to Thomas Pyle, president of the Institute for Energy Research, about how TransCanada can finally get the green light for Keystone XL.

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PIPELINE OBSERVER

What Will NEB “Modernization” Mean for Landowners?

March 2019

Respect for pipeline landowners an afterthought in new government report By John Goudy

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A Failing Formula

March 2019

With energy prices down, Surface Rights Boards aren’t protecting landowners’ rights or land values. By Stephanie Fradette

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BLOG

Meet The Amazing Fungus That Farms Bacteria

March 2019

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Enbridge's Line 3 Pipeline Expansion Delayed In Latest "Major Blow" To Canadian Energy Industry

March 2019

Enbridge Inc. is delaying the date when it expects its replacement Line 3 crude oil pipeline to be in expanded service, in what is being called a "major blow" to...

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Abolish the Alberta Energy Regulator

March 2019

The NDP government has appointed an 'enemy' to the Alberta Energy Regulator

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Cows Save the Planet

February 2019

Cows saving the planet? Why not?

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Magic Mushrooms

February 2019

Can fungi make fear of pipeline spills a thing of the past? Drawing inspiration from nature.

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