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However, she also said the speech will lay out a platform in "stark contrast" to what has been presented in the agreement between the New Democrats and Greens, unveiled Tuesday afternoon.

It also seeks to stop the Kinder Morgan's $7.4 billion pipeline expansion project and require further reviews of the $8.8 billion Site C hydroelectric dam.

That arrangement gives the NDP and Greens a combined total of 44 seats, one more than the 43-seat B.C. Liberals, who met in Vancouver Tuesday to determine their next steps.

If Clark loses, the Lieutenant Governor likely will swear in a new Premier: NDP Leader John Horgan.

"There's many shared values that we have with the B.C NDP", said Weaver, adding that he got into politics in 2013 because couldn't stand to see the "dismantling" of climate leadership and the B.C. economy.

"I think proportional representation would be awesome", said Prest, "and if we can show in the next four years that a minority government can work well, that people can collaborate and agree and move forward on big decisions, I think it can be a really bright future for our province". "Traditionally, when we have an election, there's a victor on election night and the next day that group of individuals gets access to the transition documents that have been created by the public service to inform and advise and brief the incoming government", Horgan said this week.

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"I don't know what she would do in those circumstances", Telford said.

Weaver has previously said that gaining official party status for the Greens and banning corporate and union donations were non-negotiable.

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley said the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion will go ahead to deliver her province's oil to the West Coast and jobs to British Columbia.

Trudeau says the Alberta energy industry needs the pipeline to boost exports to Asia and reduce reliance on the US market.

Weaver said comments in support of the pipeline are misguided, likening them to Clark's promises in the 2013 election campaign to the potential prosperity of a liquefied natural gas industry.

"We've heard this before". Spring and fall sessions of the B.C. legislature would be made mandatory.

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"It's pretty obvious that if the Greens and the NDP are two peas in the same pod and they've got a deal", Rustad said. Judith Guichon. Ultimately, Clark said, it would be up to the lieutenant-governor to decide whether the NDP gets the green light or whether a new election is called.

Guichon can only negotiate with one political leader at a time and she is now working with Clark, who has the right to test the confidence of the house.

"For those British Columbians who've been waiting for 16 years to have access to government without writing a cheque ... help is on the way".

With neither the B.C. Liberals nor the NDP forming a majority after all votes were counted, it was left to the B.C. Greens, with just three seats, to support one of the other two parties to be the government.

Horgan said that a "four year framework around budgeting and supply" has been agreed upon.

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