Meeting on Muskrat Falls mercury dispute to go ahead without Nunatsiavut – CBC

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Meeting on Muskrat Falls mercury dispute to go ahead without Nunatsiavut – CBC

by ahnationtalk on March 17, 2016181 Views

Mar 17, 2016

Environment and Conservation Minister Perry Trimper hopes Inuit government will reconsider

A meeting to discuss the environmental impacts a proposed dam will have on Lake Melville is going ahead, without participation from the Nunatsiavut government.

Environment and Conservation Minister Perry Trimper told CBC Radio’s Labrador Morning that he wasn’t surprised by Nunatsiavut’s decision, but said he’s disappointed.

“We are going ahead with the workshop,” said Trimper, who is also the MHA for Lake Melville.

“They won’t be there physically but their information will be there. The door will still be open to them and I still hope that they will show.”

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/nalcor-nunatsiavut-meeting-lake-melville-1.3494117

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