Friday, December 10, 2010

Labrador MP Wants Your Thoughts on Lower Churchill Development

The Member of Parliament for Labrador, Todd Russell, wants to know how you feel about the Lower Churchill Development project.

The Province of Newfoundland and Labrador and Amera, a Nova Scotia power company, announced plans to develop the project last month.

They plan to build a massive generating station at Muskrat Falls with transmission lines running through Labrador, Newfoundland and Nova Scotia.

This has brought mixed feeling to the people of Labrador.

The concerns have prompted the Member of Parliament to begin circulating a survey.

Russell would like to learn the opinions of Labrador residents on the development.

He’s asking that all Labradorians take part in the survey.

The survey is avaialable on MP Russell's website.


  1. Just a reminder, the link to my web site is:

    The survey form (in English, Inuktitut, Innu-aimun, and French) is available right on the front page.

  2. what a waste of tax payers money, the deal is done, only one aboriginal group makes the decision on the lower churchill deal(INNU) they are the only ones that will get any thing out of it. They control the goverment , they make their own laws and regulations, dispite any body else...