Until those results are known, however, Premier-elect Christy Clark faces a minority situation with the Green party holding the balance of power.
The Green Party won enough seats to hold the balance of power after Tuesday's election, but risks ruin by backing the New Democratic Party, say political scientists from the University of British Columbia.
Clark did go on to concede that her party had lost seats, noting that "British Columbians want us to do some things differently", including working more across party lines.
Many ridings were close races, none more so than Courtenay-Comox on Vancouver Island, where the NDP candidate beat the Liberal by nine votes.
"I think British Columbians heard the message about how important it is that we fight for jobs, especially in the face of rising USA protectionism in the United States and that we keep taxes low, stay competitive, leave more money in people's pockets and that we keep up the good work that we've been doing for four years", she said.
But all of it may be a moot point with more than 170,000 absentee ballots that won't even be counted until May 22, some of the razor-thin ridings may flip entirely, delivering one party or another a majority of seats in the legislature.
That's just short of four seats that would give the Greens official party status.
The final results are expected by May 24, and it's anyone's guess what B.C.'s legislature will look like.
Premier Rachel Notley hasn't commented on the election results so far.
"British Columbians have waited 16 years for a government that works for them, and we're going to have you to wait a while longer, until all the votes are counted", said NDP Leader John Horgan, whose party aligns closely with the Green Party on a number of key issues.
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We knew because we were watching but they were very focused. It is fantastic for us too but we want to win the title. We couldn't afford to lose the game today.
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Producers outside of OPEC picked up the pace, however, leading to oversupply issues like those that drove prices down on Thursday. Russia's Energy Minister, Alexander Novak, said in written comments on Thursday that his country is inclined to extend.
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Gengler said it's common for inmates to be treated at Delnor, since it is near the jail. The emergency room was closed but the rest of the hospital was functioning as normal.
The leaders spent election day on a final push to get out votes after a sometimes bruising 28-day campaign fought on jobs, the economy and the influence of big donors in provincial politics.
Weaver has proven himself to be a pragmatist who has supported Liberal budgets - something Horgan criticized him over.
Finance Minister Mike de Jong was the lone BC Liberal to claim the student vote.
In a news conference, Clark confirmed that British Columbia Lt. -Gov.
Horgan said the NDP and the Green Pary share many concerns and that his focus is on issues such as childcare, healthcare, education and housing.
Christy Clark told reporters on Tuesday that she'd met with the lieutenant-governor and been asked to continue on as Wednesday, and that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had called to congratulate her.
"This campaign has always been not about me, but about us, on the Us Bus", Horgan said. "We exist because the other parties aren't offering something ..." "There is also an appetite for electoral reform, particularly from those who cast ballots for the New Democrats and the Greens".
"I think that they will be able to make a coalition", Stevenson told the Georgia Straight at the Vancouver Convention Centre, where New Democrats gathered on election night. The NDP had only a marginal 0.14 per cent bump in popular support to 39.85 per cent.
They previously brought forward legislation banning union and corporate political campaign donations on seven occasions, only to see it squashed by the Liberal majority.
Smirk Aryan, director at RS Energy Group, said it was too soon to know what the results mean, because so much is still up in the air with a minority government.