Nova Scotia Premier Darrell Dexter, in a scrum after meeting with Premier Kathy Dunderdale about cost over-runs on Muskrat Falls:
"Here is this project that we have that can provide stability because we're going to know what the input costs are upfront. And that will provide stability for many, many years."
For 35 years, Nova Scotians will get free electricity from Muskrat Falls.
Any cost over-runs on the project are solely the burden of taxpayers in Newfoundland and Labrador.
That is stability any Nova Scotia premier would love.