Ten things to know about the British Columbia election

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"I'm appealing to those who are uncomfortable with the direction of the leadership of the B.C. Liberal party and the B.C. Green party and disaffected conservatives and others in the community", he said.

With just one day left before the British Columbia election, the New Democrats' campaign was left spinning its wheels - literally.

Weaver started Monday in Vancouver and ended it in Saanich North with candidate Adam Olsen, who finished third in 2013 - but only 400 votes behind the victor in a riding that resulted in a photo-finish three-way race.

"Forestry is huge in British Columbia and we said right from the beginning we will use every tool at our disposal to get a softwood agreement and protect B.C.jobs", Mayencourt said.

The NDP's John Horgan was the only leader not to come to the Island, opting instead to spend the last day of the campaign on the Lower Mainland.

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The poll finds the BC Liberals lead with older voters, up six points among those 55 and older, while the NDP has a significant advantage among young voters leading the 18-34 category by nine points.

Clark added she's not really paying attention to the polls.

Horgan says polls suggesting only a couple points of difference between the two parties is typical for the province.

Christy Clark will wrap the BC Liberals' 2017 election campaign with a rally Monday evening in Abbotsford.

"That's the way B.C.is; that's the way B.C. always will be". Slam at NDP focus on #MetroVancouver & island. While at the start of the campaign, only 52% of BC Green Party voters were committed to their choice, the proportion has increased to 77%, greatly improving the party's chances of having its best showing ever in a provincial election.

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John Horgan and the NDP got top marks on four out of the five issues British Columbians ranked as most important to them, including health care, housing affordability, education, and social issues.

After spending the last 28 days on buses and planes, the three party leaders will be out on the hustings again Tuesday to encourage supporters to cast their ballots and to make one last effort to woo undecided voters in this too-close-to-call election.

"The B.C. Greens are surging across the province as people realize for the first time in a generation they actually have something to vote for, not against", Weaver told CHEK News from the campaign trail in Sidney.

Indeed, I have a well-developed dislike of the misnamed BC "Liberals" and the damage they have done to this province.

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