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Picturing the Impacts of Government Mismanagement on Isolated Pipeline Landowners

A look at the lay of the land around the TMX project at Laidlaw, B.C.

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Replacing Expropriation with Voluntary Exchange

A process truly compatible with the free market would replace regulatory hearings with a property rights approach

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Biden DOJ Wins Lawsuit to Seize 260-Year-Old Texas Ranch Along Border

The Biden Administration took control of a Texas rancher’s border land on Wednesday.

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'The bill for spills': U.S. lawmakers propose tax on oilsands that could cost Canadian oil producers US$665M over ten years

The obvious impact will be to make Canadian oil more expensive, potentially slowing production.

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Are Agricultural Land and Commodity Prices About to Soar?

It looks like it.  But inflation can be confusing — and dangerous…

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Roadblocks and protests adding value to existing pipelines, says Enbridge CEO

CALGARY -- The CEO of Enbridge Inc. says the company's ongoing battles with opponents over two of its U.S. oil pipelines will eventually be recognized in higher valuations for those...

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What Would a World Without Property Rights Look Like?

No Privacy, no property: The world in 2030 according to the WEF

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Opinion: With Keystone cancelled, we must resuscitate Northern Gateway

Getting our energy to global markets is essential to Canada’s economy. Putting Northern Gateway back into play is critical in this regard.

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The Option Agreement Trap

Signing could mean you’re all out of options

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Trans Mountain pipeline expansion will lead to $11.9B in losses for Canada, study says

SFU team says rising construction costs, new climate change measures mean project should be shelved

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