Liberal Leader Kevin Aylward was outside a Nalcor substation in Wabush today to talk about his party's ongoing opposition to the Muskrat Falls hydro development.
In the closing days of the provincial election campaign, Aylward is positioning Muskrat as a pocketbook issue for voters.
Aylward has said the power from Muskrat will send electricity bills "through the roof."
He also questioned whether there were any plans to use Muskrat power to support industrial development in western Labrador.
Following several campaign stops in Labrador West, Aylward will end the day in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, before heading back to St. John's Wednesday.