Canadian federal election results in Greater Vancouver and the Sunshine Coast

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This is page shows results of Canadian federal elections in Greater Vancouver and the Sunshine Coast.

Regional profile[edit]

The city of Vancouver, along with the inner suburbs south of Burrard Inlet, tend to be very liberal and have always been heavily supportive of the New Democratic Party and Liberals. This is primarily due to a sense of liberal activism in the area (including strong support for legal prostitution,[citation needed] same-sex marriage and the legalization of marijuana). Unsurprisingly, the more affluent inner city ridings in the west (Centre, Quadra) tend to favour the Liberals, while the relatively poorer eastern inner city ridings (East, Kingsway) are more supportive of the NDP. The outer suburbs farther east and north of Burrard Inlet tend to lean more in the conservative direction, although primarily only on economic issues; historically the eastern ridings were NDP strongholds until the rise of the Reform Party. Since then, the former Reform and Canadian Alliance parties did very well in those regions, although it has not necessarily translated into stronger results for the current Conservatives, who lost one seat and saw their margin decrease substantially in their three remaining seats.

2011 - 41st General Election[edit]

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Conservative   Liberal   NDP   Green   Other
Burnaby—Douglas Ronald Leung

19,932

Ken Low

5,451

Kennedy Stewart

20,943

Adrianne Merlo

1,754

Lewis Dahlby (Libert.) 420
Timothy Gidora (Comm.) 153
Brian Sproule (M-L) 57
Bill Siksay
Burnaby—
New Westminster
Paul Forseth

16,009

Garth Evans

4,496

Peter Julian

22,193

Carrie-Ann McLaren

1,731

Tyler Pierce (Libert.) 160
Joseph Theriault (M-L) 94
Peter Julian
New Westminster—
Coquitlam
Diana Dilworth

20,776

Ken Lee

4,069

Fin Donnelly

23,023

Rebecca Helps

2,160

Roland Verrier (M-L)

95

Fin Donnelly
North Vancouver Andrew Saxton

28,996

Taleeb Noormohamed

17,665

Michael Charrois

9,617

Greg Dowman

3,004

Nick Jones (Ind.)

350

Andrew Saxton
Port Moody—Westwood—
Port Coquitlam
James Moore

27,181

Stewart McGillivray

4,110

Mark Ireland

14,600

Kevin Kim

2,161

Paul Geddes (Libert.)

421

James Moore
Vancouver Centre Jennifer Clarke

15,323

Hedy Fry

18,260

Karen Shillington

15,325

Adriane Carr

9,089

Michael Huenefeld (PC) 285
John Clarke (Libert.) 313
Michael Hill (M-L) 62
Travis McCrea (Pirate) 192
Hedy Fry
Vancouver East Irene Yatco

8,361

Roma Ahi

4,382

Libby Davies

27,794

Douglas Roy

3,383

Anne Jamieson (M-L)

318

Libby Davies
Vancouver Kingsway Trang Nguyen

13,157

Wendy Yuan

7,796

Don Davies

23,452

Louise Boutin

1,860

Kimball Cariou (Comm.) 210
Matt Kadioglu (Libert.) 275
Donna Petersen (M-L) 78
Don Davies
Vancouver Quadra Deborah Meredith

20,984

Joyce Murray

22,903

Victor Elkins

7,499

Laura-Leah Shaw

2,922

Joyce Murray
Vancouver South Wai Young

19,504

Ujjal Dosanjh

15,604

Meena Wong

8,552

Jean Hakizimana

1,151

Charles Boylan (M-L) 222 Ujjal Dosanjh
West Vancouver—
Sunshine Coast—
Sea to Sky Country
John Weston

28,614

Daniel Veniez

14,123

Terry Platt

14,828

Brennan Wauters

4,436

Roger Lagassé (PC) 293
Tunya Audain (Libert.) 250
Carol Lee Chapman 87
(M-L)
Doug Hartt (CAP) 64
Allan Holt (WBP) 156
John Weston

2008 - 40th General Election[edit]

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Conservative   Liberal   NDP   Green   Other
Burnaby—
Douglas
Ronald Leung

17,139

Bill Cunningham

9,177

Bill Siksay

17,937

Doug Perry

2,822

George Gidora (Comm.) 205 Bill Siksay
Burnaby—
New Westminster
Sam Rakhra

13,151

Gerry Lenoski

6,681

Peter Julian

20,145

Carrie-Ann McLaren

3,056

Ismet Yetison (Liber.) 186
Joseph Theriault (M-L) 96
Peter Julian
New Westminster—
Coquitlam
Yonah Martin

19,258

Michelle Hassen

5,582

Dawn Black

20,788

Marshall Smith

3,574

Lewis Dahlby (Liber.) 345
Roland Verrier (M-L) 103
Dawn Black
North Vancouver Andrew Saxton

24,329

Don Bell

21,510

Michael Charrois

5,429

Jim Stephenson

6,221

Tunya Audain (Liber.) 166 Don Bell
Port Moody—
Westwood—
Port Coquitlam
James Moore

25,525

Ron McKinnon

6,918

Zoe Royer

10,415

Rod Brindamour

3,568

Rob Gillespie (Liber.) 321 James Moore
Vancouver Centre Lorne Mayencourt

14,224

Hedy Fry

19,438

Michael Byers

12,043

Adriane Carr

10,316

John Clarke (Liber.) 340
Michael Hill (M-L) 96
Hedy Fry
Vancouver East Ryan Warawa

6,422

Ken Low

7,127

Libby Davies

22,506

Mike Carr

4,708

Betty Krawczyk (WLP)
423
Anne Jamieson (M-L)
171
Libby Davies
Vancouver Kingsway Salomon Rayek

12,417

Wendy Yuan

13,134

Don Davies

15,933

Doug Warkentin

3,031

Matt Kadioglu (Liber.) 309
Kimball Cariou (Comm.) 291
Donna Petersen (M-L) 149
David Emerson
Vancouver Quadra Deborah Meredith

20,563

Joyce Murray

25,371

David Caplan

4,493

Dan Grice

4,916

Noris Barens (Liber.) 332 Joyce Murray
Vancouver South Wai Young

15,995

Ujjal Dosanjh

16,774

Ann Chambers

7,288

Csaba Gulyas

2,209

Charles Boylan (M-L) 213 Ujjal Dosanjh
West Vancouver—
Sunshine Coast—
Sea to Sky Country
John Weston

26,826

Ian Sutherland

15,978

Bill Forst

8,565

Blair Wilson

8,644

  Blair Wilson

2006 - 39th General Election[edit]

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   Other
Burnaby—Douglas Bill Cunningham

16,079

George Drazenovic

13,467

Bill Siksay

17,323

Ray Power

1,694

George Gidora
(Comm.) 138
Bill Siksay
Burnaby—New Westminster Mary Pynenburg

13,420

Marc Dalton

12,364

Peter Julian

17,391

Scott Janzen

1,654

Peter Julian
New Westminster—Coquitlam Joyce Murray

11,931

Paul Forseth

16,494

Dawn Black

19,427

Sven Biggs

1,496

Paul Warnett
(Ind.) 1,174

Dick Esty
(Ind.) 123
Joseph Theriault
(M-L) 54

Paul Forseth
North Vancouver Don Bell

25,357

Cindy Silver

22,021

Sherry Shaghaghi

7,903

Jim Stephenson

4,483

Michael Hill
(M-L) 112
Don Bell
Port Moody—Westwood—
Port Coquitlam
Jon Kingsbury

13,134

James Moore

19,961

Mary Woo Sims

11,196

Scott Froom

1,623

Greg Watrich
(Ind.) 2,317

Lewis Dahlby
(Libert.) 309

James Moore
Vancouver Centre Hedy Fry

25,013

Tony Fogarassy

11,684

Svend Robinson

16,374

Jared Evans

3,340

John Clarke
(Libert.) 304

Heathcliff Dionysus Campbell
(Mar.) 259
Joe Pal
(CHP) 130

Hedy Fry
Vancouver East Dave Haggard

9,907

Elizabeth Pagtakhan

5,631

Libby Davies

23,927

Christine Ellis

2,536

Bryce Bartholomew
(CAP) 293
Libby Davies
Vancouver Kingsway David Emerson*[1]

20,062

Kanman Wong

8,679

Ian Waddell

15,470

Arno Schortinghuis

1,307

Matt Kadioglu
(Libert.) 277

Kimball Cariou
(Comm.) 162
Connie Fogal
(CAP) 143
Donna Peterson
(M-L) 68

David Emerson
Vancouver Quadra Stephen Owen

28,655

Stephen Rogers

16,844

David Askew

9,379

Ben West

2,974

Betty Krawczyk
(Ind.) 263

Marc Boyer
(Mar.) 158
Donovan Young
(M-L) 41

Stephen Owen
Vancouver South Ujjal Dosanjh

20,991

Tarlok Sablok

11,856

Bev Meslo

9,205

Doug Perry

1,435

Charles Boylan
(M-L) 202
Ujjal Dosanjh
West Vancouver—Sunshine Coast
—Sea to Sky Country
Blair Wilson

23,867

John Weston

22,891

Judith Wilson

12,766

Silvaine Zimmermann

3,966

Anne Jamieson
(M-L) 145
John Reynolds

2004 - 38th General Election[edit]

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   Other
Burnaby—Douglas Bill Cunningham [1]
14,748
George Drazenovic
12,531
Bill Siksay
15,682
Shawn Hunsdale
1,687
Adam Desaulniers (Libert.)
291
Frank Cerminara (Ind.)
282
Hanne Gidora (Comm.)
122
Svend Robinson
Burnaby—New Westminster Mary Pynenburg
13,732
Mike Redmond
11,821
Peter Julian
14,061
Rev Kunz
1,606
Dana Green (CAP)
312
Péter Horváth (Comm.)
166
new district
New Westminster—Coquitlam Dave Haggard
13,080
Paul Forseth
15,693
Steve McClurg
15,580
Carli Travers
2,684
Jack Hummelman (CHP)
700
Paul Forseth
North Vancouver Don Bell
22,619
Ted White
20,548
John Nelson
8,967
Peggy Stortz
4,114
Mike Hill (M-L)
77
Andres Barker (CAP)
181
Ted White
Port Moody—Westwood—Port Coquitlam Kwangyul Peck
12,445
James Moore
18,664
Charley King
12,023
Richard Voigt
1,971
George Gidora (Comm.)
94
Pat Goff (CAP)
111
Lewis Dahlby (Libert.)
276
James Moore
Vancouver Centre Hedy Fry
21,280
Gary Mitchell
10,139
Kennedy Stewart
17,050
Robbie Mattu
3,580
Kimball Carriou (Comm.)
96
Alexander Frei (CAP)
101
John Clarke (Libert.)
304
Joe Pal (CHP)
243
Hedy Fry
Vancouver East Shirley Chan [2]
10,768
Harvey Grigg
4,153
Libby Davies
23,452
Ron Plowright
2,365
Louis Lesosky (Ind.)
147
Gloria Kieler (CHP)
250
Marc Boyer (Mar.)
399
Libby Davies
Vancouver Kingsway David Emerson [3]
17,267
Jesse Johl
7,037
Ian Waddell
15,916
Tracey Mann
1,521
Jacob Rempel (CAP)
142
Donna Petersen (M-L)
94
Jason Mann (Comm.)
172
Jeannie Kwan (Ind.)
548
Sophia Leung
Vancouver Quadra Stephen Owen
29,187
Stephen Rogers
14,648
David Askew
8,348
Doug Warkentin
3,118
Donovan Young (M-L)
48
Katrina Chowne (Libert.)
151
Connie Fogal (CAP)
165
Stephen Owen
Vancouver South Ujjal Dosanjh [4]
18,196
Victor Soo Chan
10,426
Bev Meslo
10,038
Doug Perry
1,465
Charles Boylan (M-L)
119
Frank Wagner (CHP)
339
H. Sandhu (Ind.)
98
Joe Sixpack Horrocks (CAP)
90
Stephen von Sychowski (Comm.)
105
Herb Dhaliwal
West Vancouver—Sunshine Coast Blair Wilson
19,685
John Reynolds
21,372
Nicholas Simons
13,156
Andrea Goldsmith
5,887
Anne Jamieson (M-L)
123
Marc Bombois (CAP)
321
John Reynolds
  1. ^ Cunningham directly appointed as nominee by party leader.
  2. ^ Chan directly appointed as nominee by party leader.
  3. ^ Emerson directly appointed as nominee by party leader.
  4. ^ Dosanjh directly appointed as nominee by party leader.
Key map
  1. Burnaby-Douglas
  2. Burnaby-New Westminster
  3. New Westminster-Coquitlam
  4. North Vancouver
  5. Port Moody-Westwood-Port Coquitlam
  6. Vancouver Centre
  7. Vancouver East
  8. Vancouver South
  9. Vancouver-Kingsway
  10. Vancouver-Quadra
  11. West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country
Conservative Party of Canada
Green Party of Canada
Liberal Party of Canada
New Democratic Party

2000 - 37th General Election[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ *Elected as a Liberal, defected to Conservative cabinet position before being sworn in.