Winter 2018

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Keystone XL Rises From the Dead

TransCanada gets a do-over

Are We At Peak Regulation?

NEB, activists neuter Canada’s energy industry

Rethinking Aboriginal History

Indigenous North Americans and private property

Industry and Indigenous Priorities

Not all Aboriginal communities oppose development

Indigenous Canadians Need Property Rights

The future of energy transport depends on it

The Global Warming Deception

New book eyes motivations behind climate claims

Keystone XL vs. Anti-Carbon Hysteria

Environmentalists prefer dangerous alternatives

Safer and More Efficient

Detection tech pre-empts pipeline problems

How Can Pipeline Companies Protect Property Values?

That’s easy: Pay rent.

A Matter Of Trust

Changing land management as we know it

Want Peace With Pipelines?

Stop expropriation and end eminent domain

The Moral Case For Energy Development

Time to act in favour of human wellbeing

Regulatory Regime

Change Is Due Property rights before climate policy

A Tale Of Two Energy Companies

Rancher credits CAEPLA for helping build good relations with Enbridge

Innovative Mat Technology

Project reflects landowner priorities

Much-Needed Lifeblood

Line 3 replacement pumps investment into Prairies

Building a Damage-Prevention Process

Landowners can voice support for safety rules

Ready To Respond

Operators are emergency-management experts

Pipeline Giant Changes Course

Enbridge embraces grassroots at workshop series

 

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