He notes she was quoted as saying in the interview that Hydro must answer tough questions about the project price tag and its impact on the work force and First Nations.
Mr. Boone says the Joint Review Panel has already done that, making recommendations on those issues in its report and recommending referral of the financial issues to the BC Utilities Commission.
He adds for the government to now be asking “tough questions” behind closed doors is no replacement for an open, proper, transparent, independent and thorough review by the BCUC with a public hearing.
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