CAEPLA BLOG

Better Late Than Never

NEB a better bet to protect Manitoba farm families than Pallister is...

The National Energy Board (NEB) has finally decided to flex its regulatory muscle on one of Manitoba Hydro's transmission line boondoggles.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Real Safety and Environmental Standards Come from Cooperation

CAEPLA committed to working with industry to innovate and create convenience for landowners  

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Undue Influence on Canadian Energy Matters

How ENGOs are using tax dollars to work against the interests of Canada

Obviously, the world’s demand for oil is growing—Canada is just getting cut out of the market.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

What Kind of Landowner Are You?

CAEPLA is the place for you and your neighbours

Are you a conscientious property owner who recognizes the responsibility you have to preserve your capital investment as well as your family’s legacy and quality of life?

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MAGAZINE BLOG

All Canadians Are Pipeline Landowners

Our world-beating energy transport sector is built on safety  

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Power Corrupts… Manitoba’s Progressive Conservatives

MLA Blaine Pedersen prefers perks of office over pledge to protect farm families’ property rights

Two years ago, MLA Blaine Pedersen rose in the Legislature and said, “I continue to be dismayed by this NDP government’s callous, arrogant attitude toward our family farm operations. The...

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CAEPLA BLOG

Donald Trump comes through for Alberta again with a presidential permit for a second Canadian oil pipeline

Enbridge says it welcomes the news, which will allow it to ramp up the flow on the line — also know as Alberta Clipper — to as much as...

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Pipelines and Liberty

Yes, you can support energy transport and keep your property rights, too  

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CAEPLA BLOG

Environmentalist turns emergency shut off valve for pipeline, faces 21 years in prison

CAEPLA has been warning about the growing threat of eco extremism bordering on terrorism for years.

Not only are stunts like this violations of property rights -- very often of both company and pipeline landowners -- they put the public living along energy corridors at great...

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CAEPLA BLOG

TransCanada abandons Energy East pipeline project

The Canadian Press

CALGARY -- The premiers of Alberta and New Brunswick say they're disappointed by TransCanada's cancellation of the Energy East pipeline, which would have connected their two provinces. Alberta Premier Rachel...

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