The B.C. NDP provincial council has voted to hold a leadership election in April.
“British Columbians are ready for a change from the reckless policies
of the B.C. Liberals, and New Democrats are moving forward with our
leadership election,” Jan O’Brien, provincial secretary of the B.C. NDP,
said in a written release.
“It’s an exciting time to be a New Democrat in British Columbia, and
we’re looking forward to a competitive leadership election.”
A leadership assembly will take place on April 17 at the Vancouver Convention Centre.
The leadership election comes after party leader Carole James ended
her struggle with a dissident caucus faction and resigned earlier this
Several B.C. NDP leadership contenders have expressed interest in the
job, including Fraser-Nicola MLA Harry Lali and Port Coquitlam-Burke
Mountain MLA Mike Farnworth, but no one has formally entered the