The last push before British Columbia’s election day tomorrow will see the NDP leader cover half the province in 14 stops, while the Liberal leader has 10 campaign events — some in NDP-held ridings.
Looking relaxed and poking fun at himself, New Democrat Leader Adrian Dix lauded party candidates as he launched a round-the-clock campaign blitz.
Dix started the day to loud cheers from supporters who crowded into a Courtenay coffee shop, marking the first stop in a 14-visit, 1,700-kilometre tour of B.C.
Surrounded by Liberal candidates in Surrey-Newton, Leader Christy Clark pulled supporters on stage and told the crowded room that only the Liberals can stop the NDP from throwing the province into debt and raising taxes.
Clark says she feels confident about election day and intends to be well rested, in an apparent unspoken reference to Dix’s 24-hour campaign blitz through B.C.
Dix will wrap his…
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