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Report says EI system unjust and unfair

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“An administrative assistant laid off in Corner Brook, Nfld., who worked as little as 10 weeks will pocket $468 a week for 45 weeks – the maximum – for a total of about $21,000. A comparable worker in Saskatoon would have to have put in about 18 weeks and could earn benefits for only 36 weeks, or a total of $16,848.” The Globe and Mail is highlighting a report from the Mowat Centre for Policy Innovation at the University of Toronto which says that the $22-billion EI system is out of step with the modern workplace, not to mention unfair. “Newfoundland recoups about $5 in benefits for every $1 it puts in. Ontarians get about 60 cents.” Source: The Globe and Mail

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Consultant’s review supports Muskrat Falls project

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Nalcor has released a consultant’s report that supports its plan to develop the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project on the Lower Churchill River. The study written by a consulting company called Navigant said there is a substantial benefit to developing the project, compared to alternatives. Click here to read the report’s summary and key findings in pdf format. Source: CBC

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Minister defends Muskrat Falls project

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Despite the fact that a recent joint review panel report said that Nalcor’s assessment of the project was “inadequate”, and that it failed to justify the need for the project as a whole, the province’s Minister of Natural Resources says the time has never been better to develop hydro power at Muskrat Falls. The panel report also outlined a number of environmental concerns about the project, including flooded land, water quality and habitat loss, and questioned whether it would be the best alternative to meet domestic energy demands. It said Nalcor failed to justify the project in both energy and economic terms, and that there are outstanding questions regarding both Muskrat Falls and Gull Island developments. Premier Dunderdale isn’t fazed by the report, questioning the panel’s methodology in drawing its conclusions. Source: VOCM

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Nalcor and Lower Churchill opponents spar over report

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While Nalcor officials are unhappy with a report on the project’s environmental, social, and economic impact, environmental groups are saying they are happy with the report. The Joint Panel Review of the Lower Churchill Project called Nalcor’s analysis “inadequate.” “We agree completely with the panel’s recommendation that the independent review is required,” said Liberal leader Kevin Aylward. “We’ve been saying that all along. And it will be part of our party platform, including public consultation, and we are looking at bringing in energy experts in North America who understand the energy grid and understand economics.” Meanwhile former premier Danny Williams also commented on the review Friday, saying that work on the Lower Churchill project needs to continue. “People have a right to scrutinize. People have a right to ask questions. You know, I welcome that,” he said. Source: CBC

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