The chair of the Independent Expert Advisory Committee says member groups are unlikely to reach a consensus about clearing soil from the Muskrat Falls reservoir. The committee voted 3-1 in favour of clearing soil to reduce methylmercury production, with the Innu Nation opposed. The federal government wants the committee to reach a consensus, and the provincial government is holding off on a decision until it can speak to all the member groups. But Dr. Kenneth Reimer says finding a consensus is probably not possible. NTV’s Michael Connors reports.