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Shirley Bond takes hope from surprise Alberta election results

Christy Clark and Alison Redford may not see eye-to-eye on everything, but the B.C. Liberal leader may be hoping she has one thing in common with her eastern neighbour: the ability to surprise the pundits. After a series of high-profile exits this week, experts don't see much hope for the Liberals to form government next year.

Bond remains optimistic

But Prince George-Mount Robson MLA Shirley Bond, who is already Minister of Justice and Attorney General and now acting Finance Minister, remains optimistic. She joined Betsy Trumpener this morning to explain why she plans on running in the next election, and why she doesn't think it's a given her party will be sitting in the opposition chairs.

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