The people of Newfoundland and Labrador won;t get information on Muskrat falls water management from the provincial government or its energy corporation.
They should wait to hear about things in Quebec courts, according to Tom Marshall, the Newfoundland and Labrador energy minister.
Marshall was responding to a call by former Premier Brian Peckford for the provincial government to release information about the province’s position on a recent Hydro-Quebec lawsuit against Churchill Falls (Labrador) Corporation.
Here’s a bit of the Telegram story:
Marshall said that citizens of Newfoundland and Labrador can absolutely know what the government’s case is, as long as they pay close attention to the Quebec court system.
“They will know in court,” he said. “They’re going to hear the whole thing. They’ll see it. They’ll follow it all.”
In other news, the provincial Conservatives are still wondering why their popularity is at record low levels for an incumbent government in Newfoundland and Labrador…