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Muskrat Falls oversight report shows project running further behind schedule

A new report released by the Muskrat Falls oversight committee shows that the project has slipped a little further behind schedule.  
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Nalcor won’t lower Muskrat Falls water levels until mid-July

Nalcor says it will not lower the water levels at Muskrat Falls until mid-July. The news came in a stakeholder update published on Monday....
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Nalcor shows off Labrador-Island link at Soldier’s Pond

Muskrat Falls may be delayed by two years, but next year residents of Newfoundland could be receiving Churchill Falls power. On Tuesday, Nalcor took...
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Mud Lake residents consider class-action lawsuit against Nalcor for flooding

Residents of Mud Lake are looking into filing a class-action lawsuit against Nalcor in response to the flooding two weeks ago. Nalcor has said...
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Scathing engineering report released on collapse of wooden formwork at Muskrat Falls

Nalcor released a scathing report Monday on the collapse of a wooden formwork at the Muskrat Falls site almost a year ago. About 500...

Bern Coffey resigns post as province’s top bureaucrat

Bern Coffey has resigned as Clerk of the Executive Council. The premier's office announced Sunday evening it had accepted Coffey's resignation from his post as...
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Bern Coffey can be Clerk or sue Nalcor, not both, say opposition parties

It's a story that has people in the province's political establishment scratching their heads. Bern Coffey, the province's top bureaucrat, is still working as...

Province’s top bureaucrat involved in lawsuit against Nalcor

The head of the provincial public service is also working as the lawyer for a man suing Crown corporation Nalcor for wrongful dismissal, court...
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Economist says Muskrat Falls oversight committee looking forward rather than back

From Muskrat Falls to Churchill Falls, energy development is under intense scrutiny in the province. Two weeks ago, the government appointed new members to...
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Supreme Court of Canada agrees to hear appeal of Churchill Falls contract

The Supreme Court of Canada has agreed to hear an appeal of the Churchill Falls contract. Back in 2010, then-premier Danny Williams announced plans to...