Opposition to the Muskrat Falls project was brought to the government’s doorstep on Friday. Protesters rallied outside the Nalcor building, followed Premier Dwight Ball to a funding announcement at Memorial University, then left a symbol of methylmercury contamination on the steps of Confederation Building. The premier said he respected the activists’ right to protest, adding he will have more meetings with the Nunatsiavut government about their concerns the dam will contaminate the food supply in Lake Melville. NTV’s Ryan Harding reports.