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Public Notices

Public Advisory: Update on the Spillway Operation at Muskrat Falls

April 13, 2017: For the latest update on the Spillway operation at Muskrat Falls, please click here.

Public Advisory: Update on Equipment Moves from Bay Bulls to Soldiers Pond Construction Site

April 13, 2017: A transformer move is planned for Thursday, April 13, starting at 10 AM. Read the full advisory here.

Public Notice: Snow clearing operations ongoing on Taylor’s Brook Road

April 6, 2017: Nalcor Energy advises motorists and snowmobilers that snow clearing operations on Taylor’s Brook Road in Upper Humber are ongoing. For the safety of everyone, please use caution in the area. It is important to watch for crews working, respect posted signage and be aware of high snow banks in the area. Read the full notice here.

Public Advisory: Update on the Spillway operation at Muskrat Falls

March 31, 2017: For the latest update on the Spillway operation at Muskrat Falls, please click here.

Public Advisory: Update on the Spillway operation at Muskrat Falls

March 27, 2017: For the latest update on the Spillway operation at Muskrat Falls, please click here.

Public Notice: Avoid the ice and river upstream and immediately downstream of the Muskrat Falls facilities

March 16, 2017: Nalcor advises people to avoid the ice and river upstream and immediately downstream of the Muskrat Falls facilities as the ice cover may be unsafe for recreational use due to fluctuating water flows and changing ice conditions. Read the full advisory here.

Public Advisory: Update on the Spillway operation at Muskrat Falls

March 3, 2017: For the latest update on the Spillway operation at Muskrat Falls please click here.

Public Notice: Avoid the river and reservoir around the Muskrat Falls facilities

February 3, 2017: Nalcor Energy reminds the public to use caution when engaging in recreational activities near the river around the Muskrat Falls facilities as fluctuating water levels and currents may result in unstable ice conditions. Read the full notice here.

Public Notice: Be safe when taking part in outdoor activities this winter

December 22, 2016: Nalcor Energy reminds the public to use caution when taking part in recreational activities outside during this winter season. Read the full notice here.

Think safety first near construction sites

November 23, 2015: Nalcor Energy reminds the public that construction for the Muskrat Falls Project is ongoing across the province, from Churchill Falls to the Avalon Peninsula. Heavy equipment in operating 24 hours/day, 7 days/week in remote areas. Be safe and plan ahead when travelling, hunting or using ATV/snowmobile. Visit the Construction Activities section of our website to view project maps and learn where crews and equipment are working. See the full public notice here.

Think safety first when hunting near construction sites

September 11, 2015: Nalcor Energy reminds hunters to be cautious of construction crews and equipment working across the province on various components of the Muskrat Falls Project. Heavy equipment is operating 24 hours/day, 7 days/week in remote areas from Labrador to the Avalon Peninsula. The public can visit the Construction Activities section of our website to view project maps and learn where crews and equipment are working on the new transmission line from Muskrat Falls to Soldiers Pond. See the full public notice here.

Be Safe When Travelling/Snowmobiling in Construction Zones

January 2015: Construction activities for the hydroelectric generating facility, transmission lines and other electrical infrastructure are now ongoing in several regions across the province, including Labrador, on the Northern Peninsula and the west-central region of the island. Please use caution when travelling or snowmobiling in construction areas, watch for heavy equipment operating and respect posted safety signage. Read the full public notice here.

To view a detailed map of the transmission line, visit the Construction Activities section of our website.

 

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