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Will government concessions be enough to end Muskrat Falls protest? Talks between Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball and Labrador aboriginal leaders has resulted in concessions that may put an end to protests at the Muskrat Falls hydro power project site.
On Monday, I blogged about the protest and how it put Ball’s Liberal government in a difficult negotiating position.
The protesters were demanding provincially-owned Nalcor Energy ...