MAGAZINE BLOG

Aging Pipelines - What Are the Risks?

Groundbreaking independent research sponsored by Enbridge and CAEPLA will find out

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CAEPLA BLOG

If you are against pipelines...

If you are against pipelines then do your part and shut off the one bringing gas to your house.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Lessons Learned

How CAEPLA helped TransCanada get its XL Pipeline approved in 2008 and the lesson it offers Nebraska landowners today By Dave Core

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MAGAZINE BLOG

The Fox in the Henhouse

Dave Core on why you can’t trust the NEB’s latest advice

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CAEPLA BLOG

Addressing landowner issues to make pipelines safer for everyone

Cross-Canada workshop series is just one example of Enbridge-CAEPLA collaboration in action

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MAGAZINE BLOG

South Africa Trashes Property Rights But is Manitoba really a whole lot different?

You might think our headline is a bit on the provocative side.  But is it? Decades ago the government of Manitoba got into the hydroelectric business via Crown corporation Manitoba...

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CAEPLA BLOG

No objections to Enbridge Line 3 replacement filed by landowners

The Brandon Sun Enbridge has not received a single formal objection from affected landowners to its planned multibillion-dollar pipeline replacement and expansion set to run through Westman.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

What Happens When You Give Government the Power to Regulate Land

The "compensation" racket is no way to protect property rights  Justices side with government in property rights case

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CAEPLA BLOG

Junk Science Week: Treating aboriginal 'traditional knowledge' equal to science in environmental reviews can make things far worse

Frances Widdowson questions whether indigenous “traditional knowledge” should be recognized alongside “western science” and given “equal recognition”

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CAEPLA BLOG

Colorado Allows Oil And Gas Drillers To Abandon Old Pipes In Place. Should They?

No one knows how many thousands of miles of abandoned oil and gas pipelines are buried in Colorado — or where they are. The system is described as a “spaghetti...

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