Two of the Skeena candidates laid out more of their commitments to voters.
BC NDP candidate Bruce Bidgood announced his commitment to get a fair share agreement for revenue going to local governments from resource project.
Bidgood say if the NDP are elected, they will work to get the Northwest BC Resource Benefits Alliance negotiations on track.
Meanwhile, “Yes to LNG” signs were held high over BC Liberal candidate Ellis Ross as he held a rally with supporters.
He told the crowd the importance getting everyone out to vote.
Ross also had a special guest Rich Coleman, who’s the deputy premier and natural gas minister.
He says having Ross in office will ensure jobs come to the north and ensure the United States’ stance on trade doesn’t impact jobs in the province.
The election takes place next Tuesday, with select advance polls open this week.