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The Knowledge Problem

December 2019

Why government pipeline and energy corridor schemes are destined to fail

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TMX and the Constitutional Mutiny

December 2019

Once upon a time, it took just 20 months to get a pipeline built in Canada

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How Federal Regulations Pre-Empt Real Property Rights

December 2019

A Montana case is no surprise to Canadians who are familiar with how regulatory regimes protect industry from landowners

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What Would Indigenous Ownership of TransMountain Look Like?

December 2019

Equity stake in the pipeline is key for landowners, Indigenous and non-Indigenous.

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Andrew Scheer’s $100 Billion Energy Corridor is a Promise to Violate Property Rights

December 2019

Government by nature is all about expropriation

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Hesitation kills.

December 2019

Even if Ottawa's latest Crown corporation gets TMX built, it is going to be very difficult to compete with comparatively free enterprise Russia for China's oil and gas business.

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Practising the Law of the Land

December 2019

John Goudy’s roots pull him back to the land—but these days, he’s working it in a different way.

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The government of Quebec has effectively banned pipelines in that province

December 2019

But through the Crown corporation that manages the investments of the Quebec Pension Plan, that province is now investing billions in a Brazilian pipeline.

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The Line 3 Reclamation Project

November 2019

What happens to your land after the final weld on Enbridge’s state-of-the-art replacement pipe?

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Oilpatch gets much-needed relief

November 2019

The $5.3-billion Canadian portion of Enbridge’s Line 3 project comes into service Sunday as TC Energy adds more capacity by year's end

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