Why Canada 150 is hardly shaking the nation
Everyone loves a party. Whether it marks a birthday, the end of school, a promotion, an important milestone, a party signifies a gathering of like-minded people to celebrate.
Construction at Muskrat Falls, Labrador, circa July 2015.
©The Canadian Press file photo
Muskrat Falls — what can I say? It’s simply putting this province in an abyss of debt, but why? It makes no sense to me or anyone I know. Is the project being milked for all it’s worth, like a Jersey cow, at taxpayers’ expense?
Friends of mine had a fish processing plant burn to the ground a year ago around the bay, in Bay de Verde. Just a year after the fact, it’s up and running again — a state-of-the-art facility employing hundreds of hardworking Newfoundlanders. It’s one of a kind, perhaps the most sophisticated fish processing plant in the world.
It makes no sense to me or anyone I know.
Enough of the Muskrat Falls fiasco. Get ’er done, b’y!
Quinlan Group: good on ya.