Commissioner Justice Richard LeBlanc is looking for anonymous input from people past and present with knowledge of the Muskrat Falls project.
The Commission of Inquiry Respecting the Muskrat Falls Project has established a number of ways to get in touch with the inquiry anonymously, as Grant Thornton carries out its forensic audit of the project.
Past and present employees of Nalcor and the provincial government, as well as any vendors or consultants who have been involved in any way with the project are able to visit a secure website (grantthorntoncare.ca), call a confidential, toll-free number (1-888-484-2273), send anonymous emails (email@example.com), or send letters to a secure postal box to come forth with any information they may have.
All information will be received directly by Grant Thornton, according to a release from the commission.
Anonymous submissions will be accepted by Grant Thornton until Aug. 31, 2018.