BC party leaders spar in first debate "This is an election, in my view, that's about choices.
Choices about keeping with the status quo of the last 16 years with the BC Liberals that's made life more difficult for people. And Liberal leader Christy Clark started with a message to British Columbians. "And I know how hard people work to look after the people that they love. I want to thank all of them for all the things they do to keep British coach outlet sale 2016 Columbia strong for our province." Green Party leader Andrew Weaver focused on the Liberals record buy coach bags on creating jobs. "Four years ago, we were told we were going to see 100,000 jobs." But the gloves come off quickly. "And here we are four years later, and what has transpired? Nothing.", said Weaver. Shortly after the sparring between Clark and Horgan began. "I don't think this is about politics." And continued to heat up on the campaign's main issues. "It's about kids. It's about people like my son." Dr. coach outlet stores toronto David Black from Royal Roads University says it's easier to pick the loser, John Horgan. "One, a lot of cross talk. A lot of interruptions of the candidates, in particular coach factory outlet official website of Premier Clark.
An odd moment where Premier Clark reached over and touched his arm. He complained about that.".
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