Adrian Dix has spent the past four weeks criss-crossing the province. Check out these highlights to get fired up for Election Day tomorrow.
A message from Joy MacPhail
BC NDP Leader Adrian Dix delivered the following statement today following the party's loss in the May 14 provincial election:
Shortly before the election we've just had, I met a hearing-impaired young man.
He stopped me, asked for my notebook and wrote me a note. “Are you going to win?” he asked.
I wrote back: “I think we can, if we work hard.”
He wrote me back: “You have to win.” And proceeded to write out why it was so important to him.
We didn’t win. And “disappointment” doesn’t begin to describe how that feels.
Into hour 17 and Adrian is still going strong. This is the kind of hard-working leader that British Columbia deserves. He visited with Chilliwack-Hope candidate Gwen O'Mahony and supporters in Hope. Now we're off to Langley and the Lower Mainland.
Here's Adrian in Keremeos. We are now through Princeton and off to Hope! Change for the better!
From Prince George it was off Penticton and off the plane onto the bus, which after after four flights, led to great joy from the media and staff who were in desperate need of power for all the electronics.
The rest of the way, it's on the bus, with plug-ins and power cords for all.
The bus took us a short trip to the campaign office of Penticton candidate Richard Cannings where we were greeted by a cheering crowd.
As the plane landed in sunny Prince George, people flocked to catch Adrian Dix.
On hand were candidates Sherry Ogasawara, Bobby Deepak and Sussanne Skidmore-Hewlett.
Here Adrian talked of how important this region is to the province - the forestry and mining industries. And how ensuring we have enough skilled workers to fulfill industry needs and give young peoplke opportunities would be the first thing a Bcndp government would tackle.