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A Pipeline Only Government Could Screw Up

FRONTIER CENTRE FOR PUBLIC POLICY Ian Madsen

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Terence Corcoran: Trans Mountain is the cost of Corporate Canada surrendering to green enemies

Ottawa's desperate decision to buy Trans Mountain is the logical outcome of an incoherent governance regime controlled by a triumvirate of social, political and economic institutions

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Rex Murphy: Clearly, it's all Kinder Morgan's fault. Those darn Texans

We can guess what the company would have done had the feds not bought Trans Mountain. It wouldn't have walked away — it would have fled

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Did Canada buy an oil pipeline in fear of being sued by China?

The logic to Trudeau’s action may lie in an obscure and overlooked 2014 agreement to ensure China got a pipeline built

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Meeting of the Minds

The CAEPLA Enbridge Workshop Series continues to bring peace of mind to landowners.   By Annette Schinborn

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Canada Backstops Kinder Morgan for Trans Mountain Delays

The Trudeau government is promising to make you, the taxpayer, bailout KinderMorgan on the TransMountain expansion project.

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OLIVER: Trudeau is about to ask taxpayers to bail him out of his pipeline troubles

The Prime Minister is about to ask taxpayers to bail him out of a self-inflicted calamity — the inability to ship our oil to overseas markets.

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Carbon Tax Will Hurt Farmers

Pallister green scheme part of political shell game

“The lack of ‘fight’ in the Pallister government stems from the fact that it is musing about its own carbon tax.”

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Pipeline Paralysis is Bad for the Canadian Economy But it's even worse for landowners...

"No new pipelines, no new pipeline landowners to share the prosperity."

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How Can the Pipeline Landowner Movement Work With Companies?

Ending expropriation and recognizing landowners as part of the energy transport industry is the first step…

“By respecting property rights, from the farm gate to the pump station, as partners, we can convince Canadians that we are all in this together.”

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