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  • Tim Jamison
    November 03, 2012 - 21:27

    Pauline is too busy outlawing English and shutting down massive employers to provide us with any sympathy or cooperation. Expect no help from her, but thanks for trying, Kathy

  • John W.
    November 02, 2012 - 13:13

    Premier Dunderdale is certainly someone to be reckoned with. I myself have over the past year become to agree with how well she handles her role as Premier. Our premier has a firm grip on her agenda, knows exactly what she is doing and that will eventually show within the next year or so. Our opposition, opponents, etc. are no match for Premier Dunderdale as she moves in her professiional style of self confidence. I wish her well in her difficult endeavors.

  • Eli
    November 02, 2012 - 13:09

    If anything was concluded with Ontario, "Dolton's" resignation means it's back to square one.

  • Casey
    November 02, 2012 - 13:07

    The Premier seems to be correct in her assessment of Quebec, and the tell it like it is approach is certainly justified at this point. Sure you will get a few weak kneed individuals who will find fault with that, but they are few. Don't expect anything different from Marois.

  • Fred Penner
    November 02, 2012 - 12:55

    Hydro Quebec will not do anything to benefit Newfoundland and Labrador.They will tend to their own interests. Any benefit to NL derived from any deal with HQ will be incidental. In their view, Labrador is "property" of Quebec and any benefit from that property will not be allowed to flow into NL. Have a look at the HQ website and look at the map of Labrador. They still do not recognize the border from a 1927 agreement. .http://www.hydroquebec.com/generation/pdf/carte-grands-equipements.pdf Having said that, maybe all that should be put into the past and a new partnership negotiated between NL and Que. Together, we would truly be an energy superpower.

  • DON II
    November 02, 2012 - 12:13

    It is absolutely essential that Premier Dunderdale meet with Premier Marois to find out exactly what Quebec has in mind for the Muskrat Falls project. It is better to confirm what the other fellows reaction will be before you step on their toes. I was recently informed that a CBC reporter in Halifax approached Hydro Quebec for comment on the recent controversy over water rights raised by Dennis Browne and Bern Coffey to which Hydro Quebec offered a "no comment" in response to the matter. It is better to know or have a very good idea what the other fellows cards are before you call his bluff. It appears that Quebec can derail the proposed Muskrat Falls project if it chooses to do so!