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Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee – D-5-5 restriction should be removed.

Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee – D-5-5 restriction should be removed.

May 2, 2014 |

Since the meeting in Osgoode of the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee (ARAC) at which nine delegates spoke out against the City of Ottawa’s practice of making the provincial guideline D-5-5 a condition of severance, the Carleton Landowners Association has continued to press for the removal of this requirement. For the most part, ARAC’s position […]

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Gary McHale Freedom Isn’t Free! – Property Rights Seminar 2014

Gary McHale Freedom Isn’t Free! – Property Rights Seminar 2014

April 27, 2014 |

During our Property Rights Seminar on April 26th, 2014, we had the pleasure of having Gary McHale speak about personal rights, property rights, and not allowing our freedom to be taken from us. His story about the astonishing and shameful occupation in Caledonia Ontario is both eye opening and jaw dropping.  It is a reminder […]

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2014 Property Rights Information Seminar

2014 Property Rights Information Seminar

March 21, 2014 |

Update June 9th! – The much anticipated seminar vids are processed and uploaded… The videos can be located:   HERE!     Carleton Landowners Association Property Rights Information Seminar Saturday, April 26, 2014   8AM – 5 PM Best Western Plus Ottawa/Kanata Hotel & Conference Centre 1876 Robertson Road, Ottawa.  K2H 5B8 If you don’t know your […]

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Legislation Run Amuck 2013

Legislation Run Amuck 2013

February 20, 2014 |

            A 5 acre Markham property valued at 3 million dollars became a target for expropriation because the town of Markham needed the land for a pipeline.  They offered him $32,000.  What happened to being offered “Fair Market Value”? Waterfront owners in Cobourg, Constance Bay, Town of Fort Erie, along […]

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Bylaws, trees and abuses of over regulation in urban neighbourhoods

Bylaws, trees and abuses of over regulation in urban neighbourhoods

August 5, 2013 |

              The infringement of property rights is not simply a rural issue, faced by rural land owners. Here are some examples of misuse power to urban home owners and business owners: In Ottawa a tree had caused about $250,000 worth of damage to the foundation of a home, yet […]

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Charges dropped against hobby farmer

Charges dropped against hobby farmer

December 7, 2011 |

By Matthew Pearson, Ottawa Citizen December 6, 2011 The Ministry of Natural Resources says it intends to withdraw four charges against an Ontario hobby farmer accused of operating an illegal slaughterhouse and distributing uninspected meat. Mark Tijssen was charged with running an unlicensed slaughterhouse, failing to have an animal inspected before and after slaughter, and […]

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