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Muskrat Lake Dam Proposal
Transcript of Muskrat Lake Dam Proposal
Proposal No Dam Large Dam Pros of Having No Dam Cons of Having No Dam -Absolutely no houses will be flooded leading to
no need for relocation
-Everyone can remain as before
-No disputes with first nations
-Quarry can be mined at a non increasing rate -We will lose all the money they
could make ($1.5 million)
-500 part time jobs will be lost
-100 permanent jobs will be lost
-We won't have any hydroelectricity
to help power the city
-We won't be able to harvest the sand
and minerals in the quarry Pros of a Large Dam -500 construction jobs created for
-100 permanent jobs created
caused by the need to maintain
-A $1 500 000 from the dam
-Since hydroelectricity is a flow
resource, a large hydroelectric
dam can be used for up to 100 years!
-With all the incoming energy we can harvest everything first Generating
power Exportation Intake -It will flood 400 houses
-It will also flood the First Nation's
-About 100 square km will be flooded
-The quarry will be flooded faster Cons of a Large Dam How a Dam
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