Christy Clark Resigning as Liberal Leader
Prince George, BC- Christy Clark has announced that she will be resigning as leader of the B.C. Liberal Party, effective one week from today.
In a statement released today , Clark says “It has been an incredible honour and privilege” to have served as B.C.’s Premier for the past 6 and a half years.
She passes along praise to the B.C. Liberal team for making “British Columbia Canada’s leading economy and creating more than 200,000 new jobs, to helping thousands of single parents go from welfare to work through the Single Parent Employment Initiative, to British Columbia’s gift to the world, the protection of the Great Bear rainforest.”
Her statement concludes that she is certain B.C.’s best days lie ahead “Because British Columbians can, through hard work, determination and perseverance, achieve anything they set their minds to.”
The statement does not indicate if she will stay on as an MLA.