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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

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

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Flooding of Muskrat Falls Reservoir Must Not Be Allowed Until Full Clearing Is Carried Out Media Releases, News

Hundreds of Labrador Inuit will be pushed above regulatory guidelines for exposure to methylmercury if the Muskrat Falls reservoir is not fully cleared of all wood, brush, vegetation and topsoil, according to a Harvard University report released today. Flooding of Muskrat Falls Reservoir Must Not be Allowed until Full Clearing is Carried Out

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Provincial budget to hit Nunatsiavut the hardest, says President Media Releases, News

Today’s provincial budget will adversely affect Nunatsiavut more than any other region of Newfoundland and Labrador, says Nunatsiavut President Sarah Leo.

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MEDIA ADVISORY Media Releases, News

The Nunatsiavut Government will hold a news conference on Monday, April 18 to release the Lake Melville Scientific Report, including a Harvard University study on the human health risks associated with methylmercury exposure from the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project.

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