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Premier Christy Clark will face off against David Eby in the riding of Vancouver-Point Grey next May.
As expected, the BC Civil Liberties Association's outgoing executive director is running for the NDP, acclaimed at a meeting last night.
Clark barely won against Eby during last year's by-election.
Eby says voters may have given Clark a chance then to see what she was made of, but now it's clear where she stands – and that's to his advantage.
"Before, there was a certain amount of – well, lack of clarity, I think, about the direction in which the Liberals were going to go, and I think the NDP has set out a very clear plan. And that is to my advantage. We're very clear on Enbridge, and for people who are concerned about that issue will have a very stark choice between the Liberals and the NDP."
He will stay on with the BCCLA to do only administrative work, and help bring in a new executive director in January.