CAEPLA BLOG

If You Don’t Like It, Too Bad

CER inspection powers and your Charter rights

And here you thought you only signed up for a pipeline.

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After years of angst, Canada's oil pipeline problem may be over

But not in the way anyone hoped

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The 15th Anniversary of Kelo v. City of New London

Today is the anniversary of one of the most controversial - and most unpopular - property rights decisions in the history of the Supreme Court.

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Energy Regulation is Not Just About Energy Anymore

What is the IAMC and how does it affect me?

The Government has created a new type of organization called the “Indigenous Advisory Monitoring Committee” or “IAMC”, intended to bring together Indigenous and senior federal representatives to provide advice to...

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How Can Government Be Trusted to Regulate Industry if it Cannot Even Regulate Itself?

The government owned Trans Mountain Pipeline experienced a serious spill over the weekend.  

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Power Lines, Pipelines, and the Limits of Eminent Domain

Greens, in their efforts to stop pipelines and promote power lines, are hoping to make expropriation look better and work better, for them. But landowners need to be wary of their...

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Government Expropriation: the Gift that Keeps on Taking

How many times can Ottawa take the same land from you and for how many different reasons?

CAEPLA believes that private property rights matter, and the way in which the Government is attacking the property rights of landowners affected by energy projects is deceptive and dangerous. 

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Keystone XL pipeline likely to face delays after U.S. court denies stay

TC Energy -- formerly TransCanada Pipelines -- has lost a permit for KeytoneXL over environmental concerns about water safety.

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Ottawa's Hidden Plan to Open Your Property Up to First Nations Occupation

In the name of reconciliation, the Canadian Government is now inviting “Indigenous Monitors” to accompany inspectors onto privately-owned lands – monitors who are lobbying to conduct archeological investigations and hold...

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The Oil Rally Is Running On Fumes

Oil prices have surged to two-month highs on growing signs of a rebound in oil demand, as the easing of lockdowns spread worldwide.

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