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The CBM Ownership Dispute


According to the Alberta Court of Appeal, in the early 1900’s, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (the “CPR”) mistakenly viewed natural gas as a “worthless and noxious substance”1. During the ten year period between 1902 and 1912, the CPR sold farm-sized portions of its 25 million acre Dominion Government land grant to homesteaders reserving for […]
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