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I am sorry to hear that his happened to you.
If he caused you damage to your property or even took up your time you can sue him for this damage but the pipes are his and did not become yours because he left them on your property.
If the conservation brush belongs to you (it sounds like you are saying it belongs to the conservation area) then you can sue for those damages.
But otherwise this is not going to be considered a theft and it will only be trespass under the provincial act and not under the criminal code.
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