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The Canadian Association of Energy and Pipeline Landowner Associations (CAEPLA) is Canada’s leading national grassroots property rights organization.

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Companies have a responsibility to uphold property rights for the protection of landowners and the public.

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Enbridge embraces the grassroots at CAEPLA’s Workshop Series

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CAEPLA is here for you, the landowner. We are pro development but, like you, believe protection of family, business, and land values comes first. Our team of advocates and negotiators has nearly three decades’ experience fighting on your behalf. 

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Security Against Sabotage

Companies have a responsibility to uphold property rights for the protection of landowners and the public.

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NEWS & BLOGS

Manchin Asks Biden to Restart Keystone XL Pipeline

THE EPOCH TIMES

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NEWS & BLOGS

Keystone XL pipeline developers seek $15 billion for cancellation in one of biggest trade appeals against U.S. ever

TC Energy wants compensation for 13-year 'regulatory roller coaster'

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Pembina Pipeline CEO Dilger steps down | Calgary Herald

Abrupt departure of president and CEO Mick Dilger

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Climate Change Is Violent. Should the Fight Against It Be Too?

Peaceful protest isn't curbing the rapidly worsening crisis. Some activists say it’s time to attack the actual tools used to destroy the planet.

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