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Pipeline Company Learns a Lesson on the Importance of Property Rights...

Police remove trespassers posing as protesters from Kinder Morgan property in Burnaby.

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Alberta Continues to Export Bitumen through Pacific Ports -- But without new pipeline projects, Canadians still lose out...

This is bad news for Canadian pipeline landowners.  For a few reasons.

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NEWS & VIEWS

Two adversarial countries, a lawless bombed-out third, and a terrorist organization come together to build a pipeline, and Canada can’t

An Afghan, a Pakistani, an Indian, and a Turk..menistanian walk into a bar. No wait, into a pipeline meeting. No wait, this isn’t a joke, it’s…I don’t even know what...

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Line 3 Pipeline Sparks Debate

With Enbridge’s largest project in history, an estimated $8.2 billion pipeline on the doorstep of local communities, a Town Hall meeting was held in Morden to discuss what the reality...

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NEWS & VIEWS

If pipeline companies had historically respected landowner property rights, would their projects be in peril today?

Rights are indivisible.  If they are not extended to all, they are not rights but privileges.

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Manitoba Evades Federal Licensing Requirement in Failed Green Scheme

NEB needs to see Pallister's BiPole lll for the illegal boondoggle it is...

Manitoba Hydro is building this hydroelectric project and transmission lines claiming that the capture of the “green” export market to the US made the projects economically feasible.

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Citizens' Inquiry - Manitoba Hydro

Manitoba Hydro has been plagued with decision making over the last 15 years that has resulted in higher hydro rates, a $25 billion debt, a massive excess in supply of...

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There Will Be No Winners In Alberta And B.C.'s Looming Trade War

The best case is that we end up mildly crippled, and the worst case is mutually assured suicide.

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Pembina Pipeline's new purpose: Get Canada's oil and gas to the rest of the world

CEO shifts to getting hydrocarbons to the U.S. and Asia, especially in light of Canada’s infrastructure problems, which he thinks will only get worse

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Trudeau's National Energy Board Sorry for Spying on Staff

Latest news report suggests Ottawa's energy regulator is secretive, opaque, petty and paranoid...

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