CAEPLA BLOG

Can landowners and pipeline companies be partners?

About Pipelines (CEPA) recently spoke with Dave Core, CAEPLA CEO and director of federally regulated projects

Pipelines cross through 119,000 km of land in Canada, and some of that land is privately owned. The farmers and ranchers who own this land work with pipeline operators during...

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MAGAZINE BLOG

How Government Ruins Safety Culture

“There are two ways to promote safety. One way is to teach, to practice, to promote good judgment, to explore principles, to make mistakes and learn from them, to...

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Alberta Government Boosts U.S. Energy Transport With Tax Dollars

Meanwhile, politics paralyzes Canadian pipeline industry -By C.K. Reeder

AIMCo is investing hundreds of millions of Alberta taxpayer dollars into U.S. pipeline companies while Canada’s pipeline sector is essentially paralyzed

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CAEPLA BLOG

Rex Murphy: Notley held up her end of the deal. If only Trudeau would do the same

National Post

As Notley works to get pipelines built, Trudeau—who should be Lancelot to her Galahad—is always somewhere else  

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CAEPLA BLOG

Cause of Keystone Pipeline Spill Worries South Dakota Officials as Oil Flow Restarts

TransCanada is running tests on the pipeline after a 210,000-gallon spill. State regulators, fearing risk of wider damage, say they could still revoke its permit....

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Strength in Numbers

Understanding “Injurious Affection” and Landowner Solidarity

A Manitoba property rights activist on the Land Values Appraisal Commission process, understanding “injurious affection” and landowner solidarity. By Jürgen Kohler

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Pipeline Trespassing: The Question of Treaty Rights

Why an Ontario court ruled in favour of a pipeline company against treaty rights vigilantes

By John Goudy

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CAEPLA BLOG

iPolitics - On Keystone

Rachel Notley is celebrating too soon

By Brent Rathgeber

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Pipeline Landowners Caught in the Crossfire

In the name of pipeline safety and protecting the environment, anti-pipeline environmental activists have...put pipeline safety and the environment at risk.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

An innovative water contract pays farmers to conserve

By Paul Schwennesen

The deal represents an important lesson in how on-the-ground market transactions can flexibly adjust to site-specific conditions, allowing environmental sanity to prevail.

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