Liberal Leader Christy Clark is making her way through the northwest as the election inches closer.
Clark joined Skeena Liberal candidate Ellis Ross at the Thornhill Pub to talk with supporters and encourage them to cast their ballots.
Clark also said Ross and the Liberals will fight to bring good paying jobs to the northwest and not allow the U.S. to influence what jobs stay in British Columbia.
Ross says he’s feeling good while knocking on doors and that he’s taking it one day at a time leading up to May 9th.
Meanwhile, a few protesters gathered to voice concerns on what another Liberal government would mean for the province.
Kitsumkalum resident Cynthia Wunderlich Nelson says Clark’s track record on First Nations issues are not good. She blasted Clark for not consulting hereditary leaders.
The Liberal Party says they’re committed to working with First Nations towards reconciliation and
ensure consultations are done properly.
Clark will be stopping in Smithers and Prince George later today.