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No more pipelines with Trudeau’s plan

April 2018

CAEPLA came to the realization that there was -- is -- an effective though technically unofficial moratorium on new pipeline construction as the Trudeau Liberals came to power in 2016.   

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Pipeline Company Learns a Lesson on the Importance of Property Rights...

March 2018

Police remove trespassers posing as protesters from Kinder Morgan property in Burnaby.

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Alberta Continues to Export Bitumen through Pacific Ports -- But without new pipeline projects, Canadians still lose out...

March 2018

This is bad news for Canadian pipeline landowners.  For a few reasons.

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Line 3 Pipeline Sparks Debate

March 2018

With Enbridge’s largest project in history, an estimated $8.2 billion pipeline on the doorstep of local communities, a Town Hall meeting was held in Morden to discuss what the reality...

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There Will Be No Winners In Alberta And B.C.'s Looming Trade War

February 2018

The best case is that we end up mildly crippled, and the worst case is mutually assured suicide.

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Don't 'Modernize' the National Energy Board

CAEPLA on Breaking Away From NEB Bureaucracy

February 2018

If you want to get pipelines built, get bureaucrats out of the land acquisition business.

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Property Rights Mean Prosperity

January 2018

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Introducing Independent Construction Monitors

New CAEPLA joint venture is an evolution in land management

January 2018

“While the term ‘social license’ has been overused in recent years, the bottom line in today’s world is, major energy infrastructure projects simply will not be built unless those impacted...

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Badly Drawn and Ostensibly Arbitrary

The dark history of expropriation in Canada

December 2017

Canada has the most arbitrary system of expropriation in the whole of the civilized world.

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Want public access to private land?

There’s an app for that

December 2017

What if we took an Uber approach to public access? What if we stopped complaining about the good old days and started trying to solve the problem?

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