From the Memory Hole, XI
The ever-astute Bill Thomas notes on the twitters:
Bill At some point in recent history, The Most Open And Accountable Government Ever (TMOAAGE), a Nalcor subsidiary, saw to it to bit-bucket the entire contents of the former powerinourhands.ca rah-rah website, including the two reports referred to in the tweeted link. These were an in-house one by the Department of Natural Resources entitled "Labrador mining and power: how much and where from?", and a report by Our Dear Economist, commissioned for the same department, entitled "Economic Impact Analysis of Iron Ore Mining Industry in Labrador 2011-31".
Funny I can't seem to find a copy of either of these reports anywhere. They used to be on MF web
@edhollett http://www.releases.gov.nl.ca/releases/2012/nr/1101n01.htm … #nlpoli
Here's what you get when you follow a fossilized link to that formerly-active content:
Obviously, TMOAAGE, the government which produced the information-improving Bill 29, and gave Steve Kent the job of opening all of the government, must have removed these files from the internets by mistake.
So here they are, in case you missed them the first time around.