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Make Muskrat Right

The Muskrat Falls hydro dam will increase methylmercury levels flowing into Lake Melville by up to 200 per cent, according to an independent Harvard University study. We need to make changes before the flooding starts.  #MakeMuskratRight

Nunatsiavut Housing Needs Assessment

Results of the 2012 Housing Needs Assessment carried out in Nunatsiavut.

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Rally planned to Make Muskrat Right Media Releases, News

A public rally will be held on Monday, June 27 calling on the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador to take all the necessary steps to mitigate impacts of the Muskrat Falls project.

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Trimper misleading the public in methylmercury debate, says Shiwak Media Releases, News

Lands and Natural Resources Minister Darryl Shiwak says he’s at a loss in understanding why Environment and Conservation Minister Perry Trimper is distorting the facts as to why Nunatsiavut Government officials did not attend a March 22 workshop to discuss Nalcor’s Human Health Risk...

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Statement from President Lampe News

The following statement was read today by Nunatsiavut President Johannes Lampe during a noon-hour demonstration at the Happy Valley-Goose Bay office of the Hon. Perry Trimper, Minister of Environment and Conservation and MHA for Lake Melville:

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