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Canada needs damage prevention legislation

Let your MP know that protecting Canada’s underground infrastructure is important to you

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It's called expropriation in Canada and Eminent Domain in the US.

Governments already subsidize energy transport by taking land away from its rightful owners -- usually productive farmers and ranchers -- and giving it...

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NEB Hearing for Manitoba-Minnesota Transmission Project

If the NEB follows its own inflated mandate, CAEPLA may be able to leverage the process on behalf of the local landowners they represent.

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What real world Property Rights could look like...

By Tim Moen This is a predictable result of government “ownership” of resources.

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Government "mega projects" are the greatest threat to your property rights today.

Manitoba premiers Greg Selinger and Brian Pallister are the toxic twins of public policy when it comes to the abuse of landowners and taxpayers in that province.  

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Morton: Alberta needs to play the long game in pipeline politics

Alberta may have lost the policy battle over the Energy East pipeline, but there’s one more battle to fight: the huge jurisdictional overreach by the National Energy Board’s addition of...

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Property Rights Mean Prosperity

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Introducing Independent Construction Monitors

New CAEPLA joint venture is an evolution in land management

“While the term ‘social license’ has been overused in recent years, the bottom line in today’s world is, major energy infrastructure projects simply will not be built unless those impacted...

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Drain the Swamp

An excellent expose on the murky, bizarre, Byzantine National Energy Board (NEB).

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Badly Drawn and Ostensibly Arbitrary

The dark history of expropriation in Canada

Canada has the most arbitrary system of expropriation in the whole of the civilized world.

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