B.C. provincial election campaign

B.C. voters will head to the polls on May 14 to select their new premier.

B.C. Liberal Leader Christy Clark has wonning a majority government in a stunning come-from-behind victory, CBC News is projecting.

Speaking at a Vancouver Island coffee shop, Adrian Dix said the NDP has not won a general election without winning the riding of Comox Valley.

B.C. Liberal Leader Christy Clark is now leading New Democrat Leader Adrian Dix when it comes to who would make the best premier.

The B.C. Liberal Party paid for this full-page newspaper ad, which ran Friday.

Independent candidate Bob Simpson says a close race means independent MLA's could end up holding the balance of power if B.C. elects a minority government.

Green Party of B.C. Leader Jane Sterk first ran for the Green Party in the riding of Esquimalt-Juan de Fuca in the 2004 federal election before becoming a councillor in the township of Esquimalt.

B.C. Liberal candidate Mary Polak says she wanted Todd Hauptman to stay on as her campaign manager.

B.C. Liberal leader Christy Clark meets with a family in East Vancouver on Sunday.

B.C. party leaders' debate format

Candidates will be allowed to ask each other pointed questions

B.C. party leaders' debate format

Candidates will be allowed to ask each other pointed questions

Green Party Leader Jane Sterk, Liberal Leader Christy Clark, NDP Leader Adrian Dix and Conservative Leader John Cummins vied for votes in a radio debate Friday morning.

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