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Ronna-Rae Leonard beat her Liberal rival Jim Benninger by 189 votes.
Christy Clark held a caucus meeting to discuss the need to "work collaboratively across partisan lines."
Four other requests for recounts were denied by Elections BC. The recounts will take place May 22-24.
The Green Leader says he’s more interested in getting his caucus of three official party status in the B.C. Legislature.
The initial figures represent a boost in voter numbers compared to the 2013 and 2009 elections.
When Adriane Carr co-founded the B.C. Green Party in 1983, the idea it could one day hold the balance of power in the provincial legislature was a far-off fantasy.
The recount will be conducted between May 22 and 24 as part of the final tally of ballots cast in the riding.
All eyes are on Andrew Weaver after the election seemingly placed the balance of power with the Greens.
Experts say minority governments last 18 months on average, and usually aren't very productive.
Starting at 5 p.m. PT we'll have a live elections results blog with the latest developments from across B.C.
The B.C. Liberals won the most seats in the initial count, but the Green Party holds the balance of power.
It takes a village to create a three-and-a-half hour live news elections results special. Here's a look at what's happening behind the scenes on B.C. election night in the CTV studios.
Andrew Weaver was re-elected in his riding and will be joined in the legislature by two other members.
A final Insights West poll released Monday showed the Liberals and NDP tied, each with 41 per cent support, while the Greens registered 17 per cent support.
The gun turned out to be a prop used by the school’s drama department.
Is there a statistically proven connection between the weather and the number of people who cast ballots?
Polls will be open form 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. across the province.
CTV News results team has identified 10 battleground ridings that will potentially propel the Liberals or NDP on their path to victory.
Supporters of Clark met protesters’ shouts with their own chants of “Christy!”
The riding led the province in voter participation in advance polls with a whopping 29 per cent of eligible voters casting their ballots early.