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Seeking Answers on SNC-Lavalin Report

Paul Davis, Leader of the Official Opposition, has today written individually to Premier Dwight Ball, Natural Resources Minister ‎Siobhan Coady and Nalcor Energy CEO Stan Marshall, asking when each of them learned of and received the April 2013 SNC-Lavalin risk assessment report on the Muskrat Falls Project.

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Commission Muskrat Falls Audit Now

Paul Davis, Leader of the Official Opposition, is urging Premier Dwight Ball to commission a thorough, independent audit of the Muskrat Falls Project right now.

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No Plan for Fish Plant Workers

Kevin Parsons, Fisheries Critic for the Official Opposition, said, “The fish plant workers of Twillingate have been left to fend for themselves, without any plan from the Ball government.” The plant owners announced this week that the plant will remain closed for the year because of quota cuts and ice conditions.

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Nalcor CEO's Conflict a Big Issue

Keith Hutchings, Natural Resources Critic for the Official Opposition, said, “Nalcor CEO Stan Marshall’s interest in Fortis is a very big issue, particularly if the province is prepared to talk with Fortis about partnering to develop Gull Island power.”

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Premier Fueling Oil Industry Uncertainty

Keith Hutchings, Natural Resources Critic for the Official Opposition, said, “Premier Ball is fueling uncertainty in the oil industry by providing no details about how a mandated carbon tax will affect the province's future royalties and what oil and gas industry developers can expect in this province.”

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Reassign Responsibilities for Labrador and Aboriginal Affairs

Paul Davis, Leader of the Official Opposition, is calling on Premier Dwight Ball to make important matters to Labradorians and members of our Aboriginal communities a priority by assigning the responsibility for Labrador and Aboriginal Affairs to one of his Labrador caucus members.

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