The riding of Burnaby-Edmonds will stay in BC NDP hands, with Global News projecting another win for incumbent candidate Raj Chouhan.
Burnaby-Edmonds is a Metro Vancouver riding the NDP needed to hold.
The riding is historically friendly territory for the party, which has elected an MLA from the area in every election since 1991, with the exception of the BC Liberal sweep in 2001.
Chouhan, who served as deputy speaker in the last sitting of the legislature, has held the seat since 2005.
In the 2017 election Chouhan defeated the BC Liberal candidate in the riding by more than 22 per cent.
- BC NDP: Raj Chouhan
- BC Liberals: Tripat Atwal
- BC Greens: Iqbal Parekh
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Based on the results of the 2017 election, Burnaby-Edmonds is unlikely to be in play.
Out of 87 ridings, this race was the 49th closest in the province based on winning percentage in 2017.
Chouhan won by 22.17 per cent, making it the 22nd closest riding of the 41 ridings won by the NDP.
2017 election results
- BC NDP: Raj Chouhan — 9,613 (54.25%)
- BC Liberal: Garrison Duke — 5,852 votes (32.08%)
- BC Greens: Valentine Wu — 2,436 votes (13.67%)
This profile will continually be updated to reflect latest information, interviews and events in the campaign.
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an unprecedented number of mail-in ballots were requested across B.C. this election. As mail-in ballots cannot be counted until after election night, these results are not final.