The votes are in, the numbers have been counted and the Liberal Party of Canada will form the next federal government – albeit with a minority this time. Under the leadership of Justin Trudeau, the party was elected on Monday night, with 156 seats out of possible 338 across the country.
Here’s how the votes broke down across the six different ridings in the City of Vancouver.
Where: Collingwood and Renfrew Heights neighbourhoods, as well as Victoria, Knight, Fraser, and Main streets.
- Don Davies – NDP, re-elected
Where: Downtown Eastside, Chinatown, Strathcona, and Grandview-Woodland neighbourhoods.
- Jenny Kwan – NDP, re-elected
Where: Marpole, Oakridge, Shaughnessy, South Cambie, Fairview, and Little Mountain neighbourhoods.
- Jody Wilson-Raybould – Independent, re-elected
Where: Basically anywhere in and around the city’s downtown core and its various neighbourhoods – including Coal Harbour, False Creek, and Stanley Park. It also extends into parts of Kitsilano (Arbutus Street and West 4th Avenue), as well as Mount Pleasant (East Second Avenue and Main Street).
- Hedy Fry – Liberal Party, re-elected
Where: University of British Columbia endowment lands, as well as the Dunbar and Southlands neighbourhoods. Parts of Kitsilano and Kerrisdale are in this riding as well.
- Joyce Murray – Liberal Party, re-elected
Where: Fraserview, Champlain Heights, Killarney, and South Vancouver.
- Harjit Sajjan – Liberal Party, re-elected