last 48 hours more than 8,000 readers have read the Blog Post, a stunning
number because, it vastly outnumbered the popular Uncle Gnarley Blog Posts
issued during DARKNL.
as scrap, after Nalcor failed to have the Dome built to speed construction last winter, are just one visual manifestation of Nalcor incompetence. There are many others.
of work awarded without public tender! Think of the additional cost given the project is horribly off schedule.
Slowly, I believe, people are coming to grips with the fact that
billions of dollars ($730 million this year alone not counting the $5 billion
raised under the Federal Loan Guarantee or contributions made in prior
Budgets) are debts they will be stuck with.
The Nalcor CEO feels no obligation to transparency on any level,
no obligation to mirror the basic requirements of the Public Tender Act, no
requirement to answer to the public, who are funding this fiasco.
of the $120 million (plus) covering that is now being dismantled before it is even
control; out of reach of objectively independent oversight. Secrecy and
mismanagement have been allowed to obscure huge waste and cost overruns on the
Muskrat Falls project.
realize this Muskrat is not what was promised.
continue illuminate the “goings on” at Muskrat regardless of the
politicians and bureaucrats it may offend.
authority and responsibility to deal with Muskrat Falls and with the mismanagement
Keep in mind that the Oversight Committee composed of Deputy Ministers is completely ineffective. It is not independent. It is protecting the government not the public interest.
The public has to become involved in the Muskrat Falls problem themselves.
This government will not lift a finger to protect you.
soon relates the increase in tuition fees, not only with a drop
in the price of oil or with dreadful government decision-making. Soon they will
come to realize that Muskrat has been a sinkhole for public money and that the waste
is far from over.
the kind of behaviour and offensive public administration on offer right now.
come together to rid ourselves of this new blight upon Newfoundland and
Labrador society, and its long term economic well being.
attempted and he did some pretty crazy stuff.
don’t deal with Nalcor now, the cost will get bigger than what we can afford;
they may already have.