Obviously, the party is almost certain to do badly enough that Carole James will have to resign as leader.
(It would be great if an upset occurred, of course, but does ANYBODY still think a non-defeat is possible?)
Who will step in next?
Any chance it will actually be someone who defends workers, the poor, and the idea of public ownership and an economy not driven solely by profit?
Any chance, in other words, that the next B.C. NDP leader will actually disagree with the Campbell government more than she or he agrees with it?
This election obviously proves that centrism will never work again for the B.C. NDP.