Another Quiet Revolution?
The Canadian Government’s hidden plan to open your property up to First Nations occupation under the guise of ‘energy regulation.’Read More
Tackling Waste Gas From A Free Market Perspective
Are landowners aware of this viable alternative to flaring?Read More
Expropriation: Are Holdouts Really a Problem?
Owners have a right to gain economically from projects proposed for their land.Read More
Ottawa’s Aboriginal agenda is a stealth assault on your property rights.Read More
The Nimble Market Response To Oil Storage Fears
Government legislation licenses bad corporate behaviour.Read More
Asked to allow archaeologists and local First Nations onto your land? Just say NO.
Your land was expropriated, or you signed an easement agreement — either way, the pipeline company took all the rights it needed for its project.Read More
A Federal Windfall for Orphan Wells
But why is Ottawa abandoning landowners burdened with orphan pipelines?Read More
The Fight for Property Rights Has Been a David vs. Goliath Struggle
But pipeline landowners have had some giants on our side…Read More
5 Ws to Safe Digging in Saskatchewan
Digging can be carried out by just about anyone, including homeowners, farmers, contractors, home builders, equipment operators, landscapers, land surveyors, developers, even urban and rural municipalities.Read More
New UN Legislation Wages War on Indigenous Anti-Poverty Efforts
UNDRIP is one more weapon activists can use to undermine First Nations and landowners.Read More