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PIPELINE DECOMMISSIONING

Inching closer to the respect of property

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Want Free Use of Other People’s Property?

Landowners, better than anyone, know the frustration that goes along with losing control of their property. They do not wish this for mineral owners. The Saskatchewan Surface Rights Act is...

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Be Careful What You Wish For

When you put out a fire, what do you replace it with?

Long time critics of the NEB may finally see the discredited regulator scrapped

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Do We Still Need the National Energy Board?

Canada was building pipelines long before we ever regulated them

“The NEB is an anachronism born from the wartime central planning mentality. It really has no purpose in the modern world. The lack of trust in its review processes is...

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Consultation Nation

How regulation empowers eco activism while sidelining legitimate stakeholders

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Gas companies, nonprofit come together on pipeline guidelines

We are pleasantly surprised to see one of North America's leading environmental organizations, the well-established Nature Conservancy, pursuing the same model the Canadian Association of Energy and Pipeline Landowner Associations,...

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Why Does CAEPLA Like L3RP?

Because the Enbridge replacement project reflects landowner priorities

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Your tax dollars are financing the leading eco radical opponent of Enbridge's Line 3 Replacement Project (L3RP)

L3RP embodies decades of work by Canada's pipeline landowner movement to establish unprecedented safety and environmental standards.

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Want to build a pipeline? Consider the Manitoba coast

Industry experts are not keen on the idea, but some admit it MIGHT be viable under certain circumstances. Is it worth studying? One Manitoba MLA thinks so.  Canada needs politicians...

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Soil Health in Cropping Systems After Pipeline Disturbance

Experimentation proves you can rehab land value and productivity

While we support the implementation of pipelines for the transportation of oil products, we also want to ensure the livelihood of the land and our farm stays strong. 

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