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Applaud Politicians for Talking About Property Rights

But we need real property rights based on free market principles...

May 2017

Adding Property Rights to the Charter

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Law of the Lands

What Will NEB Modernization Mean for Landowners?

May 2017

Law of the Lands - Farm Energy and Enviro Law

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Click Before You Dig

May 2017

Know What's Below

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Senate of Canada

Senate of Canada Adopts Bill S-229

May 2017

 An Act respecting underground infrastructure safety

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National Energy Board

How shady and paranoid is the National Energy Board?

April 2017

To demonstrate just how committed to transparency they are, the NEB spent tens of thousands of your tax dollars investigating the leak of...a joke. A Board bureaucrat made an...

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Pipelines & Airlines

What Do Airline and Pipeline Companies Have in Common?

April 2017

Both can use government to evict you from your seat or land. CAEPLA can help negotiate a better outcome.

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You could swap the name Cuomo for Trudeau in this bang on New York Post editorial.

The North American War on Pipelines

April 2017

The piece pretty much sums up CAEPLA's philosophy. As Canada's leading grassroots property rights organization, CAEPLA believes political interference with pipeline projects is a violation of property rights -- both...

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Partnership With an Energy Transport Company: A Life-Changing Relationship

Is partnering with a pipeline company really a lot like marriage?

April 2017

CAEPLA COO Annette Schinborn talks about this lifelong commitment in the latest edition of the Pipeline Observer... Let CAEPLA help get your ‘marriage’ off to a good start “Only...

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Enbridge tax challenge could cost northern Minn. counties millions

March 2017

If Enbridge wins its property tax challenge, some N. Minn. counties might owe it refunds.  By Mike Hughlett Star Tribune  MARCH 26, 2017 — 9:58PM

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Behind the pursuit of social licence:

How an Alberta band lost a pipeline — and the economic benefits — that it wanted

March 2017

Like many members of the Alexander First Nation in Central Alberta, Rodney Yellowdirt is fed up with years of confrontation led by its chief, Kurt Burnstick, against Calgary-based Pembina Pipeline...

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