Mandate for Muskrat Falls inquiry incomplete says former bureaucrat

The public inquiry into the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric dam in Labrador has drawn a lot of criticism since it was announced in November.

Justin Brake
APTN News
The public inquiry into the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric dam in Labrador has drawn a lot of criticism since it was announced in November.

The inquiry is looking at the financial issues facing the project – mainly why the cost of the project has doubled to $12.7 billion.

A group of people gathered in St. John’s, Newfoundland this week to share their concerns.

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Justin Brake has French, Irish, British and Mi'kmaq roots and hails from Ktaqamkuk, Mi'kma'ki, or Newfoundland. He joined APTN News in 2017 and works from the Ottawa bureau as the executive producer for the eastern region.

2 thoughts on “Mandate for Muskrat Falls inquiry incomplete says former bureaucrat

  1. Again, omitted information that can make a difference – I suggested using the small dam in Nain, Nunatsiavut as an example of the future of MF Hydro dam. The harm to ground, fish, land and effects of the sand on the walls of Churchill river upstream and below. Also the damage sand can cause to the generating turbines of the generating plant there.

  2. Again, omitted information that can make a difference – I suggested using the small dam in Nain, Nunatsiavut as an example of the future of MF Hydro dam. The harm to ground, fish, land and effects of the sand on the walls of Churchill river upstream and below. Also the damage sand can cause to the generating turbines of the generating plant there.

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