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“Yes, however the land must not transfer ownership; the landowner should be very well compensated for leasing the land to the Pipeline owner. The landowner should receive a large upfront non-taxable capital payment ($250,000 per acre) plus monthly ($2,500)non taxable lease payment that passes on, in perpetuity, to any beneficiary the landowner chooses until the pipeline is removed and the land is remediated to pre-pipeline conditions.”

From a Bloc Québécois in Saskatoon
In reponse to: Should the government allow TransCanada to expropriate private property for the construction of the Keystone pipeline?

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