2019 Canada election results: Port Moody-Coquitlam

Conservative Nelly Shin has won a tight race in Port Moody-Coquitlam.

Shin earned 16,588 votes, 333 more than NDP candidate Bonita Zarrillo. Liberal Sara Badiei finished with 15,409 votes.

The riding had been held by NDP MP Fin Donnelly, who decided not to run after 10 years in office.

The suburban Vancouver riding has seen Conservative, NDP, Liberal, and Reform Party MPs in the last 25 years, which means all the parties saw the seat as one to watch.


NDP: Bonita Zarrillo
Sara Badiei
Conservative: Nelly Shin
Green: Bryce Watts
People’s Party of Canada: Jayson Chabot
Marxist-Leninist: Roland Verrier


The city of Port Moody is joined by a southern portion of Coquitlam, the villages of Belcarra and Anmore, Coquitlam Indian Reserve No. 1 and Boulder Island.

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European: 65,510, 59.7 per cent
Chinese: 15,090, 13.7 per cent
Korean: 6,815, 6.2 per cent
South Asian: 4,675, 4.3 per cent

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