The BC Green Party and BC NDP say they have reached an agreement that would see the New Democrats form a minority government.
Both party leaders, Andrew Weaver and John Horgan, say the deal is a four year confidence and supply agreement, with the parties voting on the deal tomorrow.
Premier Christy Clark hasn’t responded to the announcement.
The Liberals fell shy of securing a majority government with only 43 seats in the May 9th election, needing 44 for a majority.
Both sides say this is not a formal coalition, but that the Greens will support the NDP in the legislature.