Hedy Fry of the Liberals has been re-elected in Vancouver Centre, Global News has projected.
The NDP’s Breen Ouellette is projected to finish in second place followed by David Cavey of the Conservatives and Jesse Brown of the Greens.
Vancouver Centre has been around for more than 100 years, and no one has represented the community longer than Fry, who was first elected in 1993.
The downtown Vancouver riding has been at the centre of major issues around housing affordability, the opioid crisis, and transit.
Liberal: Hedy Fry
Conservative: David Cavey
NDP: Breen Ouellette
Green: Jesse Brown
People’s Party of Canada: Louise A. Kierans
Rhinoceros: Guy Champoux
The riding covers a majority of downtown, cutting off in the northeast at Cambie Street and Dunsmuir. Stanley Park and False Creek are included in the riding, which uses West Fourth, Sixth and Second avenues as a southern border from Arbutus Street in the west to Main Street in the east.
European: 72,170, 63.2 per cent
Chinese: 13,020, 11.4 per cent
West Asian: 5,220, 4.6 per cent
South Asian: 4,150, 3.6 per cent