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CAEPLA is Reaching Out to Pro Development, Pro Property Rights Indigenous Canadians

Such as those who are members of the National Coalition of Chiefs.

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Why Landowners, Industry and the Public Need CAEPLA

We simply cannot afford not to put safety and the integrity of soil and water first.

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First Nation tries to block Manitoba-Minnesota power line

Hundreds of farmers, ranchers, acreage and other landowners along the Manitoba-Minnesota Transmission Project (MMTP) are opposed to this line.

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The 'Magic' of Mushrooms

Even a major leak is nothing to worry about with today's developing remediation technologies.

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TMX pipeline landowners can rest easy -- for the moment

For now, these are just fake jobs -- people getting paid for political appearances' sake.

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"Honky," "rapist" TransMountain workers targeted by First Nations Anti Pipeline Activists

Workers on the TransMountain pipeline recently got a bitter taste of what life may soon be like for landowners along the line.

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Who Can You Trust?

Only CAEPLA can guarantee TMX landowners the gold standard, Line 3 Replacement experience

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Will TransMountain pipeline landowners wind up with "tiny houses" on their property?

This is the latest stripe of anti pipeline activism being encouraged by the current political climate.

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Are Property Rights a Women’s Issue?

CAEPLA stands on the shoulders of pipeline landowner movement pioneers like Jean Lewington By Annette Schinborn

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"Corporate Social Responsibility" Only Strengthens Corporate Power over the Public

Corporate Social Responsibility is about transferring power from shareholders to "stakeholders." This is what Canada's regulatory regime has been doing to pipeline companies.

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