January 22: Dunderdale steps down as Premier.
February 14: Rumours circulate that Coleman is being courted by Williams to become PC leader. (link)
March 13: HVP requests the termination of a $19M paving contract in Labrador (link). ( it has now emerged that Gene Coleman - Frank's son - negotiated the deal, and that negotiations were done verbally and left no paper trail. (link, link)). This appears to be in violation of the Lobbyist Registration Act.
"No, I did not benefit personally from this whatsoever. It is incomprehensible to me that somebody could infer that I benefitted personally from this."(link)
April 20: The 30 day period for sub-contractors to file a "mechanics lien" against HVP expires. Sub-contractors owed money who failed to file a lien will henceforth be forced to sue HVP in court. (link)
June 11: McGrath holds a press conference announcing the result of the retendering of the HVP contract. McGrath claims that accounting for changes in project specs, cost to the taxpayers have risen by $1.5M. Ignoring specs, the cost has risen more than $2.5M. (link)
June 16: Frank Coleman quits the leadership "race" due to unspecified family issues. (link)