IT WAS a quick whistle stop at Wings in Terrace this afternoon for Premier Christy Clark as her BC Liberal re-election campaign came to the northwest for a day.
Clark shook hands with party supporters who came for her visit and with patrons of Wings caught off guard by the commotion.
One of those enjoying lunch when Clark and her accompanying entourage came in the door was Brandon Lamoureux who is from Ontario and is in Terrace visiting brother Justin.
Clark sat with the pair, sipped a beer and had a short conversation before leaving for another table.
“I’ve never met any premier before,” said Brandon Lamoureux.
Clark’s northwest morning began with a stop in Kitimat where she was accompanied by Skeena BC Liberal candidate Ellis Ross.
She returned to a theme used in the last provincial election, the potential for a provincial liquefied natural gas industry.
Ross accompanied Clark to Wings where they were joined by Wanda Good, the BC Liberal candidate for the Stikine riding.
Once finished shaking hands and posing for photos at Wings, Clark was back on the bus for a trip to Prince Rupert where she will wind up her northwest campaign day with another event in support of North Coast BC Liberal candidate Herb Pond.