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Parkway papered with ‘Audit Nalcor’

The Prince Philip Parkway was papered with “Audit Nalcor” signs Monday.
The Prince Philip Parkway was papered with “Audit Nalcor” signs Monday.

Provincial government has committed to public inquiry on Nalcor-led Muskrat Falls project

Protest signs have once again been posted along a main thoroughfare in the City of St. John’s.

This time the signs on the Prince Philip Parkway Monday said “Audit Nalcor” in red lettering on white, paper background.

Signs objecting to government austerity measures and in support of the Make Muskrat Right campaign, against the Muskrat Falls project, as led by Crown corporation Nalcor Energy have previously been taped to the utility poles throughout the city.

Signage along city streets and provincial highways is controlled through regulation.

 

 

 

 

 

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