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  • Premier Please Form an Anti-Corruption Squad to Monitor What is Transpiring in Our Province.
    March 09, 2013 - 13:10

    We badly need an ANTI-CORRUPTION SQUAD formed and brought in to play here to monitor all the resource development projects that are in the pipeline. I don't trust anybody who is involved in any of this development, nor the people governing us in Newfoundland and Labrador. Bill 29 and the secrecy it has brought over our province has emerged us essentially into a Dictatorship.

  • Premier Please Form an Anti-Corruption Squad to Monitor What is Transpiring in Our Province.
    March 09, 2013 - 13:09

    We badly need an ANTI-CORRUPTION SQUAD formed and brought in to play here to monitor all the resource development projects that are in the pipeline. I don't trust anybody who is involved in any of this development, nor the people governing us in Newfoundland and Labrador. Bill 29 and the secrecy it has brought over our province has emerged us essentially into a Dictatorship.

  • Maurice E. Adams
    March 09, 2013 - 07:44

    If only it were $3 billion........ Operating and debt servicing costs alone will take $14.5 billion out of the pockets of ratepayers over the 50 year take or pay contract period that Nalcor will force on NL Hydro........ Then, on top of that, over that same 50 year period, is an additional $20 billion in so-called "revenues" (taxes by stealth) that Tom Marshall says government will also take out of the pockets of ratepayers... Do the math and calculate how many thousands per year that works out to per household. Not just government workers will be hit. That is just the tip of the iceberg when compared to what ratepayers will be forced to pay to avoid default and/or loss of the assets to Emera, Nova Scotia or Ottawa (the federal loan guarantee requires control of the assets can only be transferred to one or more of these "parties"). See www.vision2041.com.