MAGAZINE BLOG

The Fight for Property Rights Has Been a David vs. Goliath Struggle

But pipeline landowners have had some giants on our side…

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CAEPLA BLOG

Ottawa’s New Energy Regime is an Open Invitation to Protest

What’s the big deal? CAEPLA isn’t opposed to reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples in Canada, so why is CAEPLA opposed to the CER’s Indigenous Monitors?

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CAEPLA BLOG

When a Project Like TMX Becomes Political, Local Property Rights Are Ignored

By Dave Core

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CAEPLA BLOG

I’m an Indigenous woman who works in Alberta’s oil sands – and I can speak for myself

I have broken the cycle of government dependency, violence and poverty. I have my own voice.

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CAEPLA BLOG

Mining group, once a key backer of Bill C-69, now has 'deteriorating confidence' in new project assessment regime

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CAEPLA BLOG

Digging Further Into the History of Pipelines by CLAUDIA FARRELL

The use of gas and pipelines to serve customers worldwide has an expansive and colorful history. As manufactured gas and natural gas were discovered and new inventions altered demand, pipeline...

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CAEPLA BLOG

The Free Market Approach to Environmental Conservation

Conservationists are increasingly using markets, contracts, and property rights to turn environmental resources into assets instead of liabilities.

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CAEPLA BLOG

Vandalism Is Violence: Destructive Riots Are Not ‘Just Property Damage’

Property rights are human rights, and we discard them at our own peril.

Foundation for Economic Education

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TMX Crown Corporation Trampling Property Rights

Government bailouts and bullying are no way to run pipelines

By Dave Core

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CAEPLA BLOG

Bloomberg: A Pipeline Is Quietly Ordered Shut in New Signal of Shale’s Woes

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