Just for the fun of it, here is a graph of the frequency of searches for the term “Muskrat Falls” in Canada since November 2010.
According to Google the numbers on the graph represent the number of searches for the term relative to the total number of searches. The numbers are not absolute values but are scaled and normalized. To get an explanation of that check out Google Trends’ help section.
Aside from the peak in search activity right at the beginning, the most intense searching has been within the past couple of months. Interest didn’t seem to ramp up on the project until the fall of 2011 except for a couple of brief periods that seem to coincide with when the House was open.
If you limit the search to just Newfoundland and Labrador, you get a fairly constant level of searching.
The letters mark relevant news stories.