Polls suggest a three-way race in Canada’s Pacific province, but it’s too early to say whether the NDP can cash in on election day.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole, and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh. It's a three-way race in British Columbia. Polling by Nanos Research showed the Conservatives and NDP tied in B.C. with 31 per cent support on Sep. 8; the Liberals had 23 per cent support.
The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and Sam Garcia
The election race in Canada’s third-largest province looks to be a toss-up, with the NDP and Conservatives in a strong position in British Columbia, and the Liberals on the backfoot—for now.
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