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  • lonenewfwolf
    June 25, 2013 - 10:23


  • Maybe Marjorie
    June 23, 2013 - 19:14

    Oh Johnny Boy. If they put out a new TV Mini-Series, The Danny Williams Story. Who will you be playing? Steve Kent or Paul Lane? Come on By?

  • Ed Power
    June 23, 2013 - 11:15

    "The Truth Is Out There", Mr. Pseudonymous Smith, unfortunately we will never learn of it. "Sorry, your information request has been denied under Bill 29. Cabinet discussions and proprietary information, don't you know."

  • John Smith
    June 23, 2013 - 07:49

    ooohhh...cue music from the X-files...LOL...Yes by's it's all a big conspiracy. First of all SNC Lavalin is involved in hundreds of projects across Canada, and they do excellent, world class work. Nalcor is 100% owned by the taxpayers of this province...lock stock and barrel. Do you really think that there could be secrets at Nalcor? With hundreds of employess coming home every evening, in this tiny province? Really?Every single penny, and every single contract that was ever touched by Nalcor will eventually be made public. That is a fact. There are reasons why they can't be made public now, financial, contractual etc... but they will all come out.Perhaps the NDP, or the liberals will form the next gov....the employees at Nalcor will be the same people that are there now. I think it's shamefull to make accusations about a very good, well run entity like Nalcor without an iota of fact or proof, says a lot about the author in my opinion...

    • Tony Rockel
      June 23, 2013 - 19:36

      If there's no conspiracy, then why were we hit with Bill 29? Yes, the information will be made public--after the damage has been done. Nalcor, "a well run entity"? If their projections of this province's energy needs are any indication, Nalcor is either totally incompetent or totally corrupt. Take your pick.

  • Tony Rockel
    June 22, 2013 - 11:20

    Yes, I was intrigued, too, by Nalcor's statement about taking steps to keep spending in line. Does that mean they weren't bothering to do that until now? That would certainly explain their incessant demands for rate increases.

  • abby
    June 22, 2013 - 09:51

    WELL SAID MR. NORMAN. When i read articles like this i have a better understanding of most things concerning govt.

  • Foghorn Leghorn
    June 22, 2013 - 08:50

    Great letter! I get this sinking feeling that we will be watching this unfold on a future episode of W5 or The Fifth Estate especially since we are dealing with such a morally bankrupt company as SNC-Lavalin.