Federal Conservatives and the Green Men meet unexpectedly on the hustings in Cloverdale-Langley City as the Green Party of Canada's electoral district office opens for business.

Colour clash: The Green Men vs. Conservatives in blue

The 2015 federal election campaign got off to an unexpected start over the weekend in Cloverdale-Langley City.

The 2015 federal election campaign got off to an unexpected start over the weekend in Cloverdale-Langley City, where the Greens and the Conservatives bumped into each other.

The riding’s newest candidate, Green Party of Canada’s Scott Anderson, was holding an open house for his electoral district association office at #2 20461 Douglas Crescent April 4, complete with the Green Men – and green balloons, organizer Greg Felton said.

“When the Conservatives unfurled a banner on the corner of the block, the Green Men asserted themselves, in a friendly manner, of course,” he said.

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