Elections

Christy Clark's in Terrace tomorrow

PREMIER CHRISTY Clark makes her second visit to Terrace in less a month with a breakfast appearance tomorrow in support of Skeena BC Liberal candidate Carol Leclerc.

Clark was last in Terrace April 4, touring the trades building at Northwest Community College and speaking at a Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

She'll be headed to Port Edward and to Prince Rupert following her Terrace stop.

Clark has spent the last several days working her way up through the interior of BC and today is in northeastern BC and tonight she'll be in Prince George.

Information from her campaign indicates she's focusing on liquefied natural gas developments in northeastern B.C. and will be talking about the potential for LNG export facilities in the northwest.

"Two days to outline a vision that will change BC – seizing a once-in-lifetime opportunity to build an LNG industry and dedicate the revenues to a Prosperity Fund that will protect the dividends for the future," states an email from her campaign.

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