It is the 10th straight victory for Fry, who continues to be the longest-serving female MP in Canadian history.
In 2019, she won with 42.2 per cent of the vote.
Fry first won the riding back in 1993, when she defeated Conservative leader Kim Campbell, ending her 132-day tenure as prime minister.
It marked just the third time a sitting prime minister was defeated in their riding.
Fry told Global News back in 2019 that a key factor in her 1993 win was that Campbell wasn’t around to fight her for the seat.