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Line 3 Pipeline Sparks Debate

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

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

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

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Property Rights Mean Prosperity

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Introducing Independent Construction Monitors

New CAEPLA joint venture is an evolution in land management

“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

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

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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Landowners Left in the Cold Again?

The tension between Virginia landowners and Dominion Resources Dominion appears to be listening. It has moved its route eastward to collocate with an existing power line.

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How Government Ruins Safety Culture

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

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Alberta Government Boosts U.S. Energy Transport With Tax Dollars

Meanwhile, politics paralyzes Canadian pipeline industry -By C.K. Reeder

AIMCo is investing hundreds of millions of Alberta taxpayer dollars into U.S. pipeline companies while Canada’s pipeline sector is essentially paralyzed

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