For the first time since 1952, British Columbia will have a minority government.
As of midnight, the Liberals had won 43 seats and the NDP 41, with the Green Party picking up three.
Fourty-four seats are needed for a majority in the 87-seat legislature.
The fledgling Green party will hold the balance of power for the first time in Canadian history.
The Liberals had 40.8% of the votes, the NDP 39.8%, Greens 16.7%, and other 2.5%.
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8 pm story:
Voting is now complete for BC’s 41st general election — and the counting has begun.
Voters have been deciding if they want to give the Liberals a fifth straight majority government, or give the NDP their first election victory in the province since 1996.
The Green Party is also looking to make gains on its current one seat in the Legislature.
When the election was called, the Liberals had 47 MLA’s, the New Democrats had 35, the Green party had one MLA, and there was two independents.