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A Question of Privacy

Indigenous Cultural Monitors Accessing Private Lands

The latest government assault on pipeline landowners is a threat to all private property in Canada By Dave Core

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Small Town Land Swindle

How a local legacy project and multiple levels of government conspired to strip one Manitoba couple of their land By Marty Gold

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We Are All Pipeline Owners

It’s time to celebrate Canada’s Energy Pipeline Industry.

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Incentivization Instead of Expropriation

Could tax breaks encourage landowners to partner in energy transport projects? By Michael Sidhu

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Private Property Rights Matter

Failing to prosecute anti-pipeline protestors for trespassing threatens the common good. By Amanda Achtman

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Pipelines for Peace

When Canada’s major pipeline projects get stonewalled by political interference, it’s bad for the world. 

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A Clear View

Enbridge and NDT Global’s new pipeline inspection tool provides a higher level of safety. By Sean Corbett

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Keystone XL’s New Lease on Life in Nebraska

CAEPLA talks to Thomas Pyle, president of the Institute for Energy Research, about how TransCanada can finally get the green light for Keystone XL.

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What Will NEB “Modernization” Mean for Landowners?

Respect for pipeline landowners an afterthought in new government report By John Goudy

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A Failing Formula

With energy prices down, Surface Rights Boards aren’t protecting landowners’ rights or land values. By Stephanie Fradette

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