MLAs from around the province are heading back to their ridings.
The last session of the legislature before the election ended Thursday with campaigning on high.
Premier Christy Clark used the session to accuse B.C. NDP leader John Horgan of not keeping his word.
“He says one thing, he does another. Political fundraising: a flip-flop. Kinder Morgan: a flip-flop. LNG: a flip-flop.”
Horgan fired back, saying Christy Clark avoids talking about the issues.
“I thought on the last day of this parliament that the premier and I could have a civil discussion about the issues that matter to British Columbians but it’s all politics all the time.”
British Columbians head to the polls May 9.
Campaigning is on high in the house today at the last session before BC's May election. #bcpoli— LizaCKNW980 (@lizaCKNW980) March 16, 2017