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Conservative Confusion About Property Rights

Expropriation is still no way to get pipelines built, but repealing the Indian Act might be

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CAEPLA, Construction Monitors and You

Line 3 Replacement proves the future of land management is here

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Open Season on Ranchers

Lack of respect for property rights in Saskatchewan allows unethical hunters to trespass and terrorize landowners

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CAEPLA Commitment

What Enbridge calls the "CAEPLA Commitment" is really a commitment to you, the pipeline landowner. It is also a commitment to your neighbours, fellow energy corridor residents, and all Canadians....

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No Way to Get Pipelines Built

PIPELINE OBSERVER -- Ottawa has no business owning and operating TMX

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Purchase of “Gently Used Pipe” Bad News for Landowners

The Liberals’ Trans Mountain tragedy could be improved with property rights for pipeline landowners

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The Great Trans Mountain Giveaway

Taxpaying pipeline landowners may foot the bill for a windfall for Indigenous people

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"Digging" the Maintenance Dig

Integrity digs can be a drag, but they beat the alternative

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Moving On, Not Out

Leaving the CEO role at CAEPLA means new opportunities to serve landowner interests

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Walking On Water

Canada’s energy transport sector perfects technology to protect rivers and lakes

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