Adrian Dix tackles top Kamloops issues

Adrian Dix speaks about mining and health care at the Kamloops Daybreak studio. (Doug Herbert/CBC)
If the polls are correct, if there were an election today, the NDP would form the next government of B.C.and Adrian Dix would be premier.  

While Dix has hinted at some changes his party would make, critics have accused him of playing it safe, and holding back specifics about his party's plans.

The NDP caucus is meeting in Kamloops Thursday, he stopped by our Daybreak studio and spoke with host Shelley Joyce.
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