edition - Autumn 2018

 

A New Era in Pipeline History

What nationalization of TMX means for landowners


"Digging" the Maintenance Dig

Why an integrity dig is worth the effort

 

The Great Trans Mountain Giveaway

Who benefits and who doesn't

 

“Gently Used Pipe” Bad News for Landowners

How the Trans Mountain tragedy could be improved

 

No Way to Get Pipelines Built

When it comes to TMX, Ottawa should be hands-off

 

CAEPLA Commitment

CAEPLA and Enbridge work together to benefit all

 

Open Season on Ranchers

Unethical hunting is a safety issue

 

CAEPLA, Construction Monitors and You

The future of land management is here

 

Conservative Confusion About Property Rights

Rapid response is critical during a pipeline emergency

 

The Law of the Landowners

Lawyer Paul Vogel reflects on three decades of work

 

Cows Save the Planet

How grazing animals can help build soil

 

A Solution to Pipeline Paralysis

Why respecting property rights is key

 

Quality Agreements

Trans Mountain landowners can rely on CAEPLA

 

The Fungus Beneath Your Feet

Discovering the fabulous fungus on your land

 

A Practical Proposal

The PPC's Maxine Bernier should abolish the NEB

 

Preparation is Key

In a pipeline emergency, rapid response is critical

 

Going to the Mat for Safety and Environment

Embracing best practices

 

CAEPLA Insights on L3RP

Enbridge’s L3RP has CAEPLA’s stamp of approval

 

Full articles coming soon!

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