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April 16, 2021: Muskrat Falls Stakeholder Update – Spring Thaw Has Started

With warming temperatures in parts of central Labrador, the annual spring melt of ice and snow in the Churchill River watershed has begun. This melting ice and snow is increasing the amount of water that is flowing in the Churchill River. This is a normal process that occurs every spring. We are maintaining a constant water level of approx. 39m in the Muskrat Falls reservoir. Read the full Stakeholder Update here