Voters across British Columbia headed to the polls on Saturday to take part in the province’s 42nd general election.
Global News had live, real-time results for all 87 ridings once the polls have closed. We had live online results by riding so you could see who will form B.C.’s next government and who won in your riding.
However, a number of ridings were too close to call on election night and will be decided in the coming days.
Global News has profiles for each of the 87 ridings across the province, with an overview, list of candidates, voting history and more.
Want to see what each party promised? We’ve detailed all the leaders’ election pledges in our promise tracker.
Global News’ special election broadcast aired live from 7 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. PT on Global BC, BC1, AM980 CKNW radio, and free on the Global TV App, Amazon Prime Video or Global News YouTube Channel.
You can watch the full special below:
How to get live, real-time election results
The interactive map above allows you to navigate through the electoral map and see results for each of B.C.’s ridings, as well as who won, how many votes were cast, and how many polls reported results.
Now that polls have closed, the graph at the bottom of this story shows the popular vote by party and how each party’s share of ridings has changed since the dissolution of the legislature on Sept. 21.
An election in a pandemic
It has been a campaign unlike any other under the COVID-19 pandemic, and election night was expected to be the same.
Officials at Elections BC expected this to be the first vote in the province’s history where more people will cast ballots before election day than on the day itself.
Global News had robust coverage online, on social media and on the air through both television and radio broadcasts.
Chris Gailus, Sophie Lui and Keith Baldrey anchored the coverage from the Global BC studios.
Reporter Richard Zussman provided interactive results from Victoria.
Neetu Garcha was at the BC NDP headquarters, John Hua was at the BC Liberal headquarters, and Kylie Stanton was at the BC Green Party headquarters.
Reporters Jordan Armstrong, Janet Brown and Sarah MacDonald were covering key races as they unfolded around the Lower Mainland.