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Pipeline Paralysis is Bad for the Canadian Economy But it's even worse for landowners...

"No new pipelines, no new pipeline landowners to share the prosperity."

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How Can the Pipeline Landowner Movement Work With Companies?

Ending expropriation and recognizing landowners as part of the energy transport industry is the first step…

“By respecting property rights, from the farm gate to the pump station, as partners, we can convince Canadians that we are all in this together.”

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If you support energy transport projects at any cost -- Eminent Domain aka expropriation -- you are doing Karl Marx proud...

Happy Birthday Karl: Top 10 Goals Of Marx' Manifesto Accomplished In America  

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A Season of Change for CAEPLA...

As any farmer knows, Spring is a time of renewal. A time for a fresh start, new projects, and a time of optimism. Being that CAEPLA is very much in...

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Trudeau's Canada: No Country for Pipelines or Property Rights

At their annual convention last weekend, the Liberal Party of Canada quashed a resolution that would have made them at least a nominally pro pipeline organization.

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Trudeau thinks Kinder Morgan's "bluffing" on cancelling Trans Mountain

The Trudeau government has gone from failing to protect landowner property rights to stripping pipeline investors of theirs, too.

EZRA LEVANT REBEL COMMANDER

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Nationalizing Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline is a terrible idea

MACLEANS.ca - Opinion: Despite politicians musing about ‘de-risking’ Trans Mountain’s pipeline, there are a slew of reasons why government shouldn’t get involved

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What Remains

Expropriation Also Impacts the Value of Land Not Taken

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Oil spill from Keystone Pipeline in South Dakota twice as big as first thought

ABERDEEN, S.D. — A crude oil spill from the Keystone Pipeline in South Dakota last November has turned out to be nearly twice as big as first reported.

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Trans Mountain pipeline on hold as pressure mounts on B.C. to drop opposition

This is the very turn of events CAEPLA has been warning about for years. When the property rights of farmers, ranchers and other landowners are not protected, nobody's are --...

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