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Cause of Keystone Pipeline Spill Worries South Dakota Officials as Oil Flow Restarts

December 2017

TransCanada is running tests on the pipeline after a 210,000-gallon spill. State regulators, fearing risk of wider damage, say they could still revoke its permit....

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Strength in Numbers

Understanding “Injurious Affection” and Landowner Solidarity

November 2017

A Manitoba property rights activist on the Land Values Appraisal Commission process, understanding “injurious affection” and landowner solidarity. By Jürgen Kohler

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Pipeline Trespassing: The Question of Treaty Rights

Why an Ontario court ruled in favour of a pipeline company against treaty rights vigilantes

November 2017

By John Goudy

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iPolitics - On Keystone

Rachel Notley is celebrating too soon

November 2017

By Brent Rathgeber

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Pipeline Landowners Caught in the Crossfire

November 2017

In the name of pipeline safety and protecting the environment, anti-pipeline environmental activists have...put pipeline safety and the environment at risk.

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An innovative water contract pays farmers to conserve

By Paul Schwennesen

November 2017

The deal represents an important lesson in how on-the-ground market transactions can flexibly adjust to site-specific conditions, allowing environmental sanity to prevail.

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As Ottawa freezes energy and energy transport

The US is ramping up oil and gas

November 2017

 -- including export -- for decades to come

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Can Cards Against Humanity Stop Trump's Wall?

No, because Trump doesn't care about private property rights.

November 2017

The border wall, in addition to being an ineffective border security solution, is totally incompatible with the rights of hundreds of property owners.

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South Dakota

Keystone XL Pipeline Shut Down After 5,000-Barrel Spill

November 2017

Ironically, Trump touted the Keystone XL pipeline as "the greatest technology known to man or woman" when he approved it back in March...oops.

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Become a Member of CAEPLA today!

CAEPLA is here for you, the landowner.

November 2017

Landowner-driven, CAEPLA advocates on behalf of farmers, ranchers, and other rural landowners to promote property rights. We also represent directly affected landowner groups in negotiations for mutually beneficial business agreements...

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