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B.C. leaders on the campgain trail Monday

Last Updated Oct 5, 2020 at 8:49 am PDT

FILE - (From left) BC NDP Leader John Horgan, BC Liberal Leader Leader Andrew Wilkinson, and BC Green Party Leader Sonia Furstenau (CityNews)

Andrew Wilkinson will be at the Sheraton Wall Centre in Downtown Vancouver to make an announcement on infrastructure

Green Party Leader Sonia Furstenau will be in the Cowichan Valley talking about mental health

NDP Leader John Horgan is holding a virtual town hall later this afternoon

VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) — It’s another day on the campaign trail for B.C. party leaders.

Andrew Wilkinson of the BC Liberals is in Downtown Vancouver Monday morning at 10 a.m. to make an announcement about infrastructure. He’ll be flanked by fellow candidates Jas Johal, Alexa Loo, and Jet Sunner.

The BC Green’s Sonia Furstenau is on Vancouver Island for two events. First, she will be in the Cowichan Valley to talk about mental health, and then she will meet with stakeholders in Victoria.

NDP Leader John Horgan is holding a virtual town hall at 5 p.m.

Over the weekend, the BC Liberals promised to pause Surrey’s transition to a municipal police force. However, that has been met with mixed reactions from some surrey residents and academics.

RELATED: B.C. party leaders promising help for seniors, ICBC rebates, support for renters

Both the BC NDP and Liberals offered plans to ensure more seniors can live in their own homes, closer to their loved ones, for as long as possible.

The NDP also promised to return profits generated by ICBC during the COVID-19 pandemic to drivers in the form of a rebate cheque.

A $500-million program for low to moderate-income earners who spend more than 30 per cent of their income on rent is coming from the BC Greens.

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-With files from Nikitha Martins and Jonathan Szekeres