Reduction of greenhouse gas is a major objective of the Government of Nova Scotia. Their key strategy involves replacing fossil fuels for electrical generation with hydroelectric power from Muskrat Falls in Labrador. In order to do so the Nova Scotia Power Inc.’s grid had to be linked with Newfoundland’s Fortis Inc.’s system. This entailed acquiring a 200 kilometre long land corridor through both provinces to accommodate the new transmission line. Turner Drake were retained to assess compensation for the 289 properties and negotiate their acquisition. To learn more, click on the attachment and view this PDF document using an Acrobat Reader Plug-in (available as a free download from the Adobe Web Site, www.adobe.com).
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