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The Maritime Link: Remember how we were going to use it?

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Muskrat Falls was once touted as the key to long-term economic and energy independence for the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. No longer would we be living under the shadow of the bad deal done at Churchill Falls, no longer would we need to burn oil at the aging Holyrood Thermal Generating Station, or face another DarkNL. We would have a transmission link to the mainland through Nova Scotia, giving us access to the energy-hungry eastern United States. Yet, last week the island of Newfoundland began importing mostly coal-fired power from Nova Scotia over the Maritime Link. The Maritime Link consists of two subsea cables that run 170 km across the Cabot Strait between Cape Ray and Point Aconi with the capacity to carry 500 MW of electricity. It was built by Emera to supply Nova Scotia with power from Muskrat Falls and provide NL with access to export markets.…

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“We feel powerless and terrible”: Inuit artist galvanized by Muskrat Falls

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Heather Campbell’s “Methylmercury” is now part of the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s contemporary Inuit art collection. The Rigolet-born artist is also selling prints to raise money for the Labrador Land Protectors.

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Make Muskrat Inquiry right, say critics

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An inquiry must include a forensic audit of Nalcor Energy, many argue.

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“This is us against Nalcor”: Mud Lake leader

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Melissa Best explains why she got arrested outside the Muskrat Falls site Friday.

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Mud Lake community leader arrested at Muskrat Falls

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Melissa Best “goes to bed every night praying to God that she don’t wake up with her ankles in water,” says daughter.

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“We are not a bunch of criminals, we’re people trying to protect our land”

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Elders, land protectors speak out from Her Majesty’s Penitentiary.

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Elders jailed after refusing to stay away from Muskrat Falls

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“We don’t understand why we’re being treated like terrorists,” says land protector.

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Colonialism, hate, and the media

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Racism and hatred are growing in Canada. The role of the media should be to combat it, not promote it.

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The truth about Ed

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The former Nalcor CEO has a history of misleading the public on cost overruns at Muskrat Falls. It’s time for an investigation.

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Calls for Nalcor audit, Muskrat inquiry intensify amid ongoing protests

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Water levels in the Muskrat Falls reservoir have dropped 60 centimetres since a June 21 commitment from Nalcor that the water would be returned to levels that would “typically be seen at this time of year.”

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Muskrat inquiry, now!

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The people of Newfoundland and Labrador deserve immediate transparency, accountability, and evidence supporting the claim Muskrat Falls should not and cannot be stopped.

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Hunter vows to continue fighting Muskrat Falls

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Inuk grandmother and land protector confronts premier as Nalcor delays plans to lower Muskrat Falls reservoir levels contrary to leaders’ agreement.

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Inuit grandmother jailed after refusing to stay away from Muskrat Falls

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“I have to be brave for her,” says 23-year-old son of Beatrice Hunter, who is described as a “family-oriented” person who would “never hurt a fly.”

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“I have nothing else left to lose”: Mud Lake leader to Nalcor

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Locals debate whether, and how, to stop Muskrat Falls before any further damage is done.

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Of civil disobedience, injunctions, and the public’s right to know

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What happened in Labrador in October of 2016 was a social crisis, which culminated in acts of civil disobedience. How do we know? Largely because of Justin Brake’s journalism.

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STATEMENT: Criminal charges against Justin Brake an attack on press freedom

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“If journalists fear their constitutional rights will not be recognized and respected by corporations, governments or police, then they will hesitate to cover stories such as this, a scenario that presents a bleak outlook for journalism in Canada,” says Justin Brake.

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Land protectors occupy government office, demand Muskrat Falls be “shut down”

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“We will take the actions necessary to ensure the continuation of our people and environment for many generations.”

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Justin Brake nominated for human rights award

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Independent reporter to appear in court over same coverage N.L. Human Rights Commission has cited as the reason for his nomination.

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Land protectors steadfast in face of latest Nalcor injunction

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Eight arrested at Happy Valley-Goose Bay courthouse Tuesday as Crown corporation names Elder and photojournalist on latest injunction amid amplified calls for the complete shut down of Muskrat Falls.

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Muskrat Falls truck driver “had no regard for any of us or our safety”: Land Protector

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Incident outside Muskrat Falls main gate prompts partial blockade, RCMP investigation.

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