The constituency is a B.C. Liberal Party stronghold.
All four seats were previously considered B.C. Liberal strongholds.
Jeremy Valeriote (left) had good reason to think he was going to the legislature, but absentee and mail-in ballots have given B.C. Liberal Jordan Sturdy a 41-vote lead.
With the election of Niki Sharma in Vancouver-Hastings and Brenda Bailey in Vancouver–False Creek, the NDP went a long way to addressing a gender imbalance that has dogged its Vancouver caucus since 2005.
Not all of the party's problems can be blamed on the pandemic.
The B.C. Greens are leading in three seats and have a chance of winning a fourth.
Fifty seats appear to be in easy reach, given the most recent Global-Ipsos poll.
The former mayor is seeking reelection as the B.C. Liberal candidate in Vancouver–False Creek.
A commentary for voters who thought Gordon Campbell was a two-headed monster.
Deputy party leader Rod Taylor says traditional marriage between a man and a woman works for a strong society.
B.C. Green Leader Sonia Furstenau’s housing policy includes means-tested grants to tenants and a housing office to help youths aging out of government care.
Party says sale of raw milk is legal in most parts of the U.S.