UPDATE: British Columbia's Liberals defied common wisdom and months of abysmal polling numbers to win a majority government Tuesday, a stunning turnaround for a party and a premier written off for dead when the election started just a few weeks ago. Read the FULL STORY.
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To form a government, a party needs 43 seats. At dissolution, Christy Clark's Liberals had 45 seats, Adrian Dix's NDP had 36 seats and four seats were held by independents.
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