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Another Quiet Revolution?

The Canadian Government’s hidden plan to open your property up to First Nations occupation under the guise of ‘energy regulation.’

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Tackling Waste Gas From A Free Market Perspective

Are landowners aware of this viable alternative to flaring?

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Expropriation: Are Holdouts Really a Problem?

Owners have a right to gain economically from projects proposed for their land.

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Recon$iliation Nation

Ottawa’s Aboriginal agenda is a stealth assault on your property rights.

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The Nimble Market Response To Oil Storage Fears

Government legislation licenses bad corporate behaviour.

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Asked to allow archaeologists and local First Nations onto your land? Just say NO.

Your land was expropriated, or you signed an easement agreement — either way, the pipeline company took all the rights it needed for its project.

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A Federal Windfall for Orphan Wells

But why is Ottawa abandoning landowners burdened with orphan pipelines?

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The Fight for Property Rights Has Been a David vs. Goliath Struggle

But pipeline landowners have had some giants on our side…

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5 Ws to Safe Digging in Saskatchewan

Digging can be carried out by just about anyone, including homeowners, farmers, contractors, home builders, equipment operators, landscapers, land surveyors, developers, even urban and rural municipalities.

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New UN Legislation Wages War on Indigenous Anti-Poverty Efforts

UNDRIP is one more weapon activists can use to undermine First Nations and landowners.

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