Peter Julian of the NDP has been re-elected in New Westminster-Burnaby.
This is the sixth straight victory for Julian in the riding, which was once known as Burnaby-New Westminster.
Julian garnered 44.2 per cent of the vote, well ahead of Liberal Will Davis, who had 23.5 per cent of the vote, and 24-year-old Megan Veck of the Conservatives, who finished with 21.6 per cent.
In 2015, Julian tallied 43.5 per cent of the vote. Liberal Sasha Ramnarine had 29 per cent of the vote with 15,253 votes and Conservative Chloé Ellis got 10,512 votes, good for 20 per cent.
NDP: Peter Julian
Liberal: Will Davis
Conservative: Megan Veck
Green: Suzanne de Montigny
People’s Party of Canada: Hansen Ginn
Libertarian: Neeraj Murarka
The riding includes the city of New Westminster and the southeastern corner of Burnaby.
Demographics (2016 census)
European: 55,475, 49 per cent
Chinese: 18,925, 16.7 per cent
South Asian: 11,635, 10.3 per cent
Filipino: 9,675, 8.5 per cent