CAEPLA BLOG

Why Canceling Pipeline Projects Could Cost Farmers $1 Billion

This is a big part of the reason CAEPLA supports new pipeline construction. But they have to be built right. Projects must respect property rights.

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Trans Mountain camp liquor licence application concerns businesses in nearby community

Pipelines are often promoted on the basis of economic spin offs.

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Court Temporarily Halts Shutdown Of Dakota Access Oil Pipeline

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GIESBRECHT: “Screw the west, we’ll take the rest”

CAEPLA reports that under C-69, federal government inspectors would bring along “Indigenous Monitors” onto private land and without the landowner’s approval.

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Michigan judge allows restart of disputed Enbridge pipeline

Business groups praised the decision to let Line 5 partially reopen and urged Michigan agencies to quickly approve permits for the tunnel project.

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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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