CAEPLA BLOG

Oh, and another thing – Regulatory control over your land by “Indigenous Governing Bodies”

Big changes are coming to energy projects on your land, and they’re coming soon.

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CAEPLA BLOG

Illegal CER inspections – We want to hear your stories

CAEPLA is interested in hearing about your experiences with CER inspections and access to your properties by Indigenous Monitors and other non-CER invitees.

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CAEPLA BLOG

Lobster protests: Nova Scotia RCMP arrest two at wharf in Weymouth

If Treaty Rights emphasized property rights, and protection of real property rights replaced the current regulatory regime — whether in energy transport or in lobster fishing — we would finally be free from...

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CAEPLA BLOG

Archaeologist: Trans Mountain pipeline threatens at least 67 historic sites

A Kamloops archaeologist says Canada will face a major loss as about 67 historical sites could be destroyed to make way for the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

A Federal Windfall for Orphan Wells

But why is Ottawa abandoning landowners burdened with orphan pipelines?

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MAGAZINE BLOG

The Fight for Property Rights Has Been a David vs. Goliath Struggle

But pipeline landowners have had some giants on our side…

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CAEPLA BLOG

Ottawa’s New Energy Regime is an Open Invitation to Protest

What’s the big deal? CAEPLA isn’t opposed to reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples in Canada, so why is CAEPLA opposed to the CER’s Indigenous Monitors?

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CAEPLA BLOG

When a Project Like TMX Becomes Political, Local Property Rights Are Ignored

This is exactly what has happened with the TMX pipeline.

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CAEPLA BLOG

I’m an Indigenous woman who works in Alberta’s oil sands – and I can speak for myself

I have broken the cycle of government dependency, violence and poverty. I have my own voice.

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CAEPLA BLOG

Mining group, once a key backer of Bill C-69, now has 'deteriorating confidence' in new project assessment regime

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