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More Economics, Less Politics

Suspension of property rights has paralyzed the pipeline industry, too

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How Government Ruins Safety Culture

Walking a Fine Line on Safety - By Tim Moen

“There are two ways to promote safety. One way is to teach, to practice, to promote good judgement, to explore principles, to make mistakes and learn from them, to lead...

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First Nations Were No Strangers to Property Rights

They also put economic development ahead of the environment.

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Preventing Pipeline Corrosion

Transmission pipelines cover 119,000 kilometers of Canada, going through different types of terrains (farmland, rivers, wetlands, mountains and urban areas). A pipeline operator’s job is to safely deliver the oil...

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Business As Usual

Manitoba landowners discover new Pallister government happy to keep stolen property for the NDP’s Bipole lll boondoggle

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CAEPLA’s Commitment to Win-Win Business Agreements

Respect for property rights is good for companies, the economy and the environment

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Streamlining Damage Prevention

Standardized regulations will make pipelines and other underground infrastructure safer.

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A Tale of Two Energy Companies

Rancher credits CAEPLA for helping build good relations with Enbridge

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Much-Needed Lifeblood

Enbridge’s Line 3 Replacement Pumps Jobs and Community Investment into the Prairies

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Quebecers Say Yes to Pipelines

Has Energy East already won its “social license” in La Belle Province?

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