Land Matters Group

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The Canada Energy Regulator (CER) is committed to engaging Canadians on land matters. To that end, the Land Matters Group (LMG) was established in 2011 as a means to bring together people who have similar needs and interests.

The LMG operates as a two-way conduit of information between the CER and LMG members by providing participants with opportunities to share insight and advice on the protection of landowner rights and interests, with the ultimate goal of achieving regulatory excellence. By sharing information and real life experience, LMG members can build awareness and develop relationships across a diverse network.

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Advisory Committee

LMG Advisory Committee (LMG AC) is composed of a balanced representation of the broader LMG membership and functions according to the adopted LMG AC Terms of Reference.

LMG Sub-Committees (LMG Sub-C) are composed of individuals selected from the LMG AC or from the broader LMG membership to collaborate with a project working group on the review of a specific issue followed by the production of a final document or report.

LMG members who wish to do so, may participate on the Advisory Committee and/or may join topic-specific sub-committees of the Land Matters Group. Like the Advisory Committee, the sub-committees also report to the CER and are supported.

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General Inquiries

Land Matters Group Project Manager (bilingual)
Canada Energy Regulator
Email: lmg-gqf@cer-rec.gc.ca
Telephone:403-850-8867
Telephone (toll free): 1-800-899-1265
Facsimile: 403-292-5503
Facsimile (toll free): 1-877-288-8803

Features

Land matters guide
 

A woman leaning on the rail of a wooden fence with her arms crossed. She is wearing work gloves and baseball cap. A barn and pickup truck are in the background.

Learn about land matters over the life cycle of an energy project.

Living and working near pipelines
 

Cover sample of the Living and working near pipelines video

Watch this short video to understand more about the risks of living and working near a pipeline and how you can prevent damage to pipelines.

The CER, Energy Projects, and You
 

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