Aiming for a Win-Win

Seeking agreements that benefit all players


Enbridge and EVRAZ

A partnership forged in high-quality steel


Controlling Biosecurity Risks

Clubroot and other pathogens pose threats


Biosecurity And You

7 things farmers need to know about clubroot


Oil Power: an Eco-Revolution

Petroleum power has aided the environment


|The Arteries of Our Civilization

Landowners’ part in energy transport is key to prosperity


View From Above

Research explores aerial leak detection


Eyes in the Sky

Drones show promise for improved safety, cost savings and early detection of infrastructure issues


Earning Your Trust

Pipeline companies are working at it


Your Feedback

What landowners are saying about CAEPLA


Better Access, Better Projects

Smart, safe, cost-effective solutions


In the Public Interest?

NEB Regulators are just people, with faults and biases — and no special wisdom


Common Ground Alliance

Preventing infrastructure damage is key to safety


Farm Families ‘Bullied’

Manitoba Hydro and NDP government under fire


Pipelines Need Freedom Too

Direct negotiations are best for everyone


Voluntary Exchange

Replacing expropriation with respect


Energy Superpower in Waiting

Respect for rights will rally Quebec support


Property Rights Mean Prosperity

Central planning no way to run the energy sector


Bipole Blunders

Expropriation for hydro project will cost billions


What is CAEPLA?

Landowners want in on opportunities


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