- December 19, 2012 - 16:45
The big issue here are the children who are sitting in the class rooms (K-13) now, it's their children who are the ones going to feel the effects of this blunder. Its their children that won't be going to dance, hockey, shopping, etc., because the government robbed them of that opportunity. As parents we should be demanding a referendum for our children and their futures. Shame on us.
- December 19, 2012 - 14:31
"Reason number 768" Why Big Companies should & do stay away from NFLD.
- rat lawyers
- December 19, 2012 - 14:26
Jermone kenndey and dunderdale, along with ed martian are running this muskratfalls and government like a motorcycle gang. And obiviously will do anything at any cost to finish danny williams TO DO LIST when he left as premier.
- Winston Adams
- December 19, 2012 - 14:23
Ben , title depends on the occupation of the land and for how long. And one can take from another by war or treaty. Hitler preferred war. Britan used war and treaties. Much of canada was by taken by treaty, some not. Not by treaty nor war includes both the island of nfld and also Labrador. The Beothics held NFLD until i guess we committed genoscide against them. The aboriginals in Labrador survived, but continually suffered at the hands of our forefathers, and even from our present generation. And you think your title to parts of labrador is as good as the aboriginals? On what basis? You seem to lack much knowledge of history.
- December 19, 2012 - 13:09
Another group looking for more money! They agreed with it all along until they decided to get more out of it. I still don't understand how any group owns any land more than anyone else! We all live here!!
- Albert Webber
- December 19, 2012 - 12:41
What more does Labradorian's need to know about this Government...? Proof is in the pudding.
- Maurice E. Adams
- December 19, 2012 - 11:48
Nothing todate has stood in the way of government usurping unto itself whatever authority it believes it needs and wants in order to impose this unneeded and unaffordable Muskrat Falls project on its own citizens........ It seems now that even signed agreements mean nothing...... It is not a day for Newfoundlanders and Labradorians to feel proud, and I hope that the Nunatsiavut Government is able to assert its inherent rights and settle for nothing less than a good-faith and respectful relationship with government.