Muskrat Falls: our coverage

Muskrat Falls: our coverage

The Muskrat Falls project has become one of the most controversial topics in Newfoundland and Labrador since the Upper Churchil hydroelectric deal was negotiated with Quebec during the Joseph R. Smallwood era. The Telegram has been following the political debates and opinions in favour and against the project. This is a collection of some of the stories surrounding the ongoing dialogue about the proposal.

Jerome Kennedy (left), minister of Natural Resources and Gilbert Bennett, Nalcor's vice-president of the Lower Churchill Project, speak to reporters at Confederation Building. — Photo by Keith Gosse/The Telegram

Government rules out natural gas

November 02, 2012 - 7 h 40

No matter how you slice it, Ziff Energy says natural gas won’t work for Newfoundland and Labrador’s electricity needs, because the province is just too small.

Thursday afternoon, the provincial...

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Government rules out natural gas

Muskrat Falls to cost at least $7.4 billion

October 30, 2012 - 13 h 26

Cost estimates for the Muskrat Falls project have been revised upward by more than a billion dollars. In total, the project is now forecast to cost at least $7.4 billion, compared to initial estimates...

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Muskrat Falls to cost at least $7.4 billion

Jet reset

December 11, 2012 - 8 h 01

So, when it comes to replacing Canada’s  CF-18 fighter jets, the ground rules have changed so often it’s hard to remember what it was we were told in the first place.

Canadians were told...

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