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Picturing the Impacts of Government Mismanagement on Isolated Pipeline Landowners

A look at the lay of the land around the TMX project at Laidlaw, B.C.

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Replacing Expropriation with Voluntary Exchange

A process truly compatible with the free market would replace regulatory hearings with a property rights approach

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Are Agricultural Land and Commodity Prices About to Soar?

It looks like it.  But inflation can be confusing — and dangerous…

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What Would a World Without Property Rights Look Like?

No Privacy, no property: The world in 2030 according to the WEF

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The Option Agreement Trap

Signing could mean you’re all out of options

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Canadian Oil & Gas Poised for Growth in the Post-Covid Economy

Landowners will benefit from pipelines, but they need to remain vigilant

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Wild Horses Couldn’t Keep the Pipeline Company Away

But with the help of CAEPLA, a rancher was able to protect his land and continue his horse rescue breeding program

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The Death of Oil—and of Pipelines—Has Been Greatly Exaggerated

Markets know what consumers need better than government regulators and activists do

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The Value of CAEPLA Construction Monitors

They’ve proven indispensable for pipeline construction — shouldn’t they be a given on more sensitive work?

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Well, That Was a Weird Year

“The more CAEPLA delved into how decommissioned and abandoned pipelines age and corrode, the more we realized that we were on the cutting edge.”

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