VICTORIA, B.C. — Truckers who have been unhappy with the current reign of B.C.’s NDP party will have their chance to be heard on May 16.
That’s the date that B.C. residents will hit the polls to elect a new premier.
Current premier, Ujjal Dosanjh, is expected to face some tough opposition in Gordon Campbell’s Liberal party, who have been steadily gaining momentum over the past few months.
The NDP party was earlier this year, when Highways and Transportation Minister Harry Lali resigned, following disagreements with Premier Dosanjh.
The much-anticipated election announcement came yesterday in Victoria.
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