MAGAZINE BLOG

The Death of Oil—and of Pipelines—Has Been Greatly Exaggerated

Markets know what consumers need better than government regulators and activists do

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MAGAZINE BLOG

The Value of CAEPLA Construction Monitors

They’ve proven indispensable for pipeline construction — shouldn’t they be a given on more sensitive work?

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Well, That Was a Weird Year

“The more CAEPLA delved into how decommissioned and abandoned pipelines age and corrode, the more we realized that we were on the cutting edge.”

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CAEPLA BLOG

Pallister Calls Hydro Project “The Largest Scandal In Manitoba’s History”

Manitoba premier Brian Pallister calls BiPole III "scandalous," but that did not stop him from expropriating countless landowners for the project.

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CAEPLA BLOG

Manitoba government eyes new rules to curb rural crime, tighten farm security

Manitoba, already one of the weakest jurisdictions in Canada when it comes to protecting property rights, appears to be weakening them further.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Pipeline Bullies Leave Landowners Feeling Helpless and Alone

The dark side of living with the TMX project in your backyard

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Yellowstone

Kevin Costner stars in a Scorsese-style western soap with property rights and other themes every landowner will relate to…

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CAEPLA BLOG

OIL TRAIN EXPLOSIONS: A TIMELINE IN PICTURES

Ten explosions in two years, and no end in sight.

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CAEPLA BLOG

Will Warren Buffett Really Make Billions Off the Keystone Pipeline’s Demise? It’s Complicated

Moving crude by rail is costly, inefficient, and dangerous compared to oil pipelines. It's also incredibly lucrative.

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CAEPLA BLOG

Stranded Baffinland mine workers pen open letter to protesters, say they support Inuit

'We recognize the Inuit as the rightful custodians of this land,' say group of employees in open letter

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