There'll be an SRBP post on Monday but the biggie for the week should be Tuesday. There's been so much talk about the Churchill Falls contract renewal on Thursday that we really need to take a look at Churchill Falls and compare and contrast the situation with Muskrat Falls. Hopefully, we can do that in one post. If not, there'll be two back-to-back on Tuesday and Wednesday.
There are few more posts coming this fall that have been brewing for a while. They are also related to one another, as it turns out, although the connections might not seem obvious at first.
For those who wondered about it and who found the Zero-Based Governing post interesting, there will be two more coming. In the follow-up, we'll have a go at the Phase 2 part of the process for a couple of departments. That's the more detailed functional analysis that will reveal the extent to which the number of departments as such is not an indicator of how big the government is. After that, a regular reader's experience in another province inspired a third post in that series that will look at the areas where federal and provincial jurisdictions overlap.
For today, though, let's highlight some posts on other local political blogs. labradore had a go at the electoral office on Thursday over the absolutely ludicrous amount of time they take to issue election reports.
When you've done with that, Uncle Gnarley gnawed at Muskrat Falls and water management on Thursday as well. Lots of detail. Regular readers of Gnarley or here will find a lot of it very familiar but it is useful to bring it all back now and again, as Des does in fine style in this post.