Yes, CRA is in the field again.
No, not Conestoga-Rovers and Associates doing more environmental work for Charlene in the battle against the Great Satan of the Moment.
Corporate Research Associates.
While many of you might think something else might wind up being a big issue in public during that time, offshore drilling might well top out whatever you’ve got on your list today.
The Globe’s got it started with questions about Chevron’s planned deep water exploration well offshore Newfoundland.
And @cbcnl Morning Show in St. John’s is adding to the discussion with comments by biologist Bill Montevecchi who had a go at all comers, including the offshore regulatory board.
Let’s see how things shape up.
Imho-humtep Update: This story is not going to develop any traction whatsoever if the best anyone can do is start quoting implacable offshore drilling foe Ian Doig. Apparently someone has managed to resurrect Doig for a quote.
If all we get to listen to are people who thought Hibernia was a bust then let’s just quote Wade Locke and be done of it. Next thing you know we’ll be hearing about aluminum smelters in Labrador again.