- Denise Hennebury
- September 04, 2012 - 12:36
Thanks for this Russell. It is exhausting trying to keep up on the Muskrat Falls debate. Back online after a two week hiatus, I have read a few articles this morning including hearing the CBC article about the "Pre-Project Development" already levelling the land ... http://www.cbc.ca/labradormorning/episodes/2012/09/04/protesters-upset-over-muskrat-pre-project-development/ It feels like we are watching a train wreck. No matter how much we wave our arms and scream we seem powerless to stop it. WHY is that even possible? Even the people who are suppose to be the watchdogs (journalists and environmental organizations) are being, essentially silenced. No one in "power" can seem to answer a direct question and we are simply being asked to put on our blindfold, walk with them to the edge and trust that they know what they are doing.
- john mullaly
- August 20, 2012 - 17:37
I have a suggestion to finally end the debate of Quebec's seperation. Newfoundland and Labrador trade the section of land known as Labrador to Quebec and Quebec trade the section of land from the eastern part of the st.Lawrence to Newfoundland. There is a land bridge between eastern and western Canada, we still own the st.Lawrence seaway, Quebec gets its seperation, Newfoundland is out of a bad deal with the church hill falls hydro project, Quebecers who do not want to seperate can move to the new-Newfoundland section and still maintain their french Culture. I wonder if we really do need the PM's ok on this? maybe Quebec and Newfoundland can work out the details without Ottawa's interference, cause look at all the mess Brian caused with all that meech lake bullshit. let us know what you think R.O.C.K.(rest of Canada) why shouldn'd we find a deal that works for Quebec and the rest of us, I'd still go to Quebec for a visit would you? and NO MORE whining about Canada pissing on poor Quebec.
- Jay Person
- August 18, 2012 - 08:52
You think it's nasty now, just wait until the people figure out how badly they've been screwed.