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BREAKING: Trans Mountain Loses 16th Insurer as Industry Giant Chubb Walks Away

The world’s biggest publicly-traded provider of property and casualty insurance, Chubb, has become the 16th insurer to declare that it won’t back the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline, a coalition of...

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Breakfast Inflation Strikes As Oat Prices Hit Record Highs

Americans are accustomed to a bowl of cereal as their go-to breakfast meal is about to experience a price increase because of rapid food inflation.  

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Fertilizer Prices Hit Record Highs, May Pressure Food Inflation Even Higher

Fertilizer prices have risen to a record high in North America, threatening to boost food inflation even higher. Nitrogen products are increasing due to the cost of natural gas, which...

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Property Rights are Human Rights

From pandemics to biosecurity, personal responsibility is the best way to protect human and economic health

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Departure of Enbridge, TC Energy, Pembina force Canada's pipeline group to close

The Canadian Energy Pipeline Association will cease operations by the end of the year

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Enbridge says Line 3 'substantially complete,' will be in service on Friday

CALGARY — Enbridge Inc.'s Line 3 pipeline replacement project will enter into service on Friday, making it the first major Canadian pipeline project to be completed since 2015 and marking...

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Victory for Canada’s Largest Ranch a Win for Landowners

Contrary to the wishes of CBC legal “experts,” property rights upheld in B.C. Court of Appeal

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O’Toole supports reviving Northern Gateway pipeline in appeal to Indigenous communities

Tory leader O'Toole says yes — and dozens of First Nations still support the project. CAEPLA has long viewed Northern Gateway as preferable to the TransMountain expansion project, which was nationalized by...

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CAEPLA's Pipeline Observer Vs. Paid Off Media

Read this shameful 29-page list of EVERY media outlet — nearly 1,500 companies! — who took from Trudeau's $61M pre-election “emergency relief”.

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Many Tribal Hunting and Foraging Grounds Were Private Property

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