CAEPLA BLOG

New Alberta Energy Regulator CEO was central figure in Saskatchewan scandal

Scandals are inevitable in regulatory regimes that are economically corrupt by their very nature.   Rather than facilitate a revolving door for ethically challenged government bureaucrats, provinces need to shut...

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CAEPLA BLOG

Construction on Trans Mountain pipeline goes on, company says, as First Nations concerned over COVID-19 risks

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Line 3 Reborn

Successfully completed replacement project is Enbridge’s largest-ever capital expenditure in Western Canada.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

When Pollution Is a Violation of Property Rights

Government legislation licenses bad corporate behaviour…

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CAEPLA BLOG

A Business Opportunity for Pipeline Landowners?

Could landowners, pipeline landowners in particular, have an opportunity to get into the oil storage business?

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MAGAZINE BLOG

What Every TMX Landowner Needs To Know About Construction Monitors

Don’t let the federal fox guard your henhouse.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Is Ottawa at War With Its Own Citizens?

Laws attacking energy are an attack on property rights and are more destructive than bombs.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Little Pink House

This drama about regular people fighting against political and corporate interests that want to take their property will be all too familiar to landowners.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

New Friends, New Pipe and New Challenges

Despite doom and gloom around energy transport in Canada, there is good news on the horizon for pipeline landowners.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Want Trans Mountain Expanded at Any Price?

Be careful what you wish for, because taxpayers will be eating the expanding costs of TMX.

By Robyn Allan

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