October 24, 2021

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Muscat Falls: Ontawa – Nation still deceives itself with NL deal.

Muscat Falls: Ontawa - Nation still deceives itself with NL deal.

All necessary steps will be taken To ensure that commitments to another country are respected, she warned in a press release issued on Tuesday.

Prime Ministers Justin Trudeau and Andrew Fury still betrayed the people, The great chef cuts Etienne Rich into taxonomy.

Inno Nation says the country understands that it is possible to limit the rise in electricity rates, but it remains so. Still controlling bear spending is unfair, they have no control over it.

Without a definite agreement to guarantee our profits on this project, we cannot say that we have given our free and informed consent. We will take all necessary steps to keep the promises made to us.

A quote from:Etienne Rich, Grand Chief of Newfoundland and Labrador’s Inno Nation

Prime Minister Trudeau started a lifeline for the province, but still sinks the Nation, even Grand Chief Rich writes. Canada deliberately chose to help the province at a further cost.

In letters to Justin Trudeau and Andrew Fury, Indigenous Spaces was able to access, regretting that Mr. Rich had not yet been invited to participate in the negotiations that led to the recent deal and only informed them of its existence after it ended.

It must be said that Canada and the province have betrayed us, behaving like the immigrant ancestors who founded Canada, claiming their sovereignty at the expense of the “savages” and not intending to honor them by signing treaties, Can we read specifically in the letter addressed to Justin Trudeau.

The deal was signed in 2011

Yet for the first time in 2008 Muscat Falls agreed to a hydropower project, but a more formal agreement Signed in 2011 with the Provincial Government.

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Accordingly, Innu must receive:

  • 5% of the profits from the dam’s hydropower generation after the loan is repaid;
  • Or the minimum payment in the form of a loan.

However, according to Inno Nation analysis, the agreement between Ottawa and the province shows that The project may not be profitable and may not benefit from it yet.

If there are no profits, in 30 years, instead of any profits, Inno Nation is struggling with a $ 300 million debt to the province., Can we read in the press release.

Despite the impact on our ancestral rights, we made the difficult decision to accept the project in lieu of compensation. But now we can not taste the benefits of this project.

A quote from:Etienne Rich, Grand Chief of Newfoundland and Labrador’s Inno Nation

The press release states a statement from Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Andrew Fury, The province respects its commitment to another country, only where it is financially viable..

The country understands it The province no longer intends to honor the promises made.