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  • saelcove
    October 05, 2012 - 09:02

    Not to worry Danny boy will explain it and all will be fine, Stunderdale just does not have what it takes

  • adolphus bailey
    October 04, 2012 - 22:09

    The Native People of Labrador should have the say to anything going on. Remember you whites these people were here long before the whites arrived. Like the Native American Indians the Native Labradorians will eventually be forced to live in a small area with no land rights because of the whites interest in taking native lands away for their own PROFIT..

  • stephen
    October 03, 2012 - 17:25

    So sick of hearing thse whiners.Nfld and Labrador belongs to all Nfld and Labradorians,and we will all benefit from Muskrat Falls even those that don,t want to work.

  • John smith
    October 03, 2012 - 12:04

    Brad, when this deal was launched the mininig interests in Labrador were laying off people and shuttering operations. The world was in a huge recession, and no one was buying steel, not even the Chinese. So, as with most of your comments they have no basis in truth, and just add to the steaming pile of excrement that is the naysayer side of this debate.

    • William Damiels
      October 03, 2012 - 18:28

      Cabana is correct. Even one of your demi gods Wade Locke said today that the power was for the mining companies. Your synopsis on the mining interests is a load. How many lies have you told on here? Don't go away mad just ............

    • W McLean
      October 04, 2012 - 11:44

      In 2010?

    • John Smith
      October 04, 2012 - 15:19

      In 2009 Rio Tinto advised that they would not be going ahead with the multibillion dollar expansion of their mining operations in labrador...so to say that this was conceived in 2010 to appease the mining sector is ludicrous...as usual with Cabana...

  • Brad Cabana
    October 03, 2012 - 09:30

    The reason Nalcor is pushing forward the development on the ground and pressure on the politicians for a sanction vote, is that they must have the dam operational on schedule for the mining developments in Labrador. Pure and simple.

  • Tired if it
    October 03, 2012 - 06:41

    Just another attempt to grab more money that will dissapear withy no records.