Forget everything else that you know about Muskrat Falls.The entire project hinged on Nalcor’s ability to control water flows on the Churchill River. Nalcor’s internal assessments showed that without the ability to control water flows, Nalcor’s L… . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Water Rights, Muskrat Falls, and the Muskrat Falls Disaster #nlpoli
With the House of Assembly open again, the major topic of Question Period was Muskrat Falls and the second version of the deal to ship power to Nova Scotia.
Premier Kathy Dunderdale explained it on Monday in terms of firm and “non-firm”. Firm power is what you know that the hydro plants will be able . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Firm and Unfirm #nlpoli
The water management controversy flared briefly at the end of last week thanks to Geoff Meeker’s blog at the Telegram and a couple of interviews by the 2041 Group and Nalcor’s Gil Bennett.
This is one of those issues where a lot of people either tune out early on because it appears highly technical and . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: The Mystical Lords of Mu’skr’at Fa’alls #nlpoli