As it is, it was rushed into as Newfoundland and Labrador apparently needed it and it was the best way to go. At the time the Public Utilities Board wasn’t allowed to have a look at any information. Any naysayers were kept quiet. Now that the truth is out there, an inquiry is like putting the cart before the horse.
Hopefully the inquiry will be allowed to ask needed and all questions pertaining to costs and allowed access to any and all information it needs to finish its job.
When it finishes it report, hopefully the report will be made public. Also, any and all recommendations should be acted on.
Gary R. French