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Pipeline Decommissioning

Inching closer to the respect of property

By Sean Corbett

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Stop Defending Pipelines

Instead, let’s ignore the privileged few who long for the Dark Ages

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Social license – what is it, and who grants it?

The entire economy only exists because we have the ability, under strict rules, to build national infrastructure even in the face of local opposition.

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New CAEPLA joint venture is an evolution in land management

Introducing Independent Construction Monitors

What if instead of maintaining a landowner-relations department within a company, an objective third party was hired and managed equally by both the landowners and the company?

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America Takes Aim At Pipeline Permits

Trump administration focuses on outcomes, not bureaucracy

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Abandonment Issues

Pipelines are aging, some faster than others.

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Back by Popular Demand

The CAEPLA Workshop Series combines professional development, social interaction and great entertainment

Dealing with...

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Want to end Indigenous Activist Veto over Energy Projects?

Support real sovereignty for Indigenous Canadians

“True sovereignty would lead to more major pipeline projects and more enrichment of Canada’s Indigenous communities, while actually respecting their rights”

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No More Divide and Conquer

A new alliance of landowners and pro-energy Indigenous leaders

It will be through property rights and respect for all landowners and every Energy Corridor Canadian that we will get energy and pipeline projects built again in this country.Read More

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Carry the Kettle

Latest sacred Indigenous land claim could kill private property in Canada once and for all

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