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NDP's Dix ends campaign with 14-stop, 1,700-kilometre, 24-hour blitz

New Democrat Leader Adrian Dix plans to spend every minute of the last day of B.C.'s election campaign hustling for votes.

Dix has set a 24-hour campaign schedule starting today at Courtenay on Vancouver Island and finishing at his campaign office in his Vancouver-Kingsway riding Tuesday morning.

Over the 24-hour period starting at 8 a.m. this morning, Dix plans to visit 14 communities and travel 1,700 kilometres.

He plans to makes stops in Kamloops, Williams Lake, Prince George, Penticton, Langley and Richmond.

Liberal Leader Christy Clark will also be busy today campaigning in Vancouver, Burnaby, Surrey and in the Victoria area on Vancouver Island.

Clark's campaign has focused on the Liberal government's management of the economy, while Dix says British Columbian's are looking for change after a dozen years of Liberal governments.

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