British Columbia

Liberals take most of Fraser Valley, but the NDP takes 2 key ridings

The Liberals took most Fraser Valley ridings, but the NDP won in Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge-Mission.

Rich Coleman, Mike de Jong, Mary Polak all re-elected in region

Left to right: Rich Coleman, Mary Polak and Mike de Jong are former Liberal cabinet ministers, who were all re-elected in the Fraser Valley. (CBC)

The Liberals maintained their traditional dominance in the Fraser Valley but the NDP took two key ridings in the 2017 provincial election.

Lisa Beare won Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows for the New Democrats and Bob D'Eith broke the Liberals grip on Maple Ridge-Mission.

Former minister of natural gas and housing Rich Coleman was re-elected in Langley East, as were former environment minister Mary Polak in Langley and former finance minister Mike de Jong in Abbotsford West.

Liberal John Martin was re-elected in his riding of Chilliwack and Darryl Plecas also gave the Liberals a win by re-taking his seat in Abbotsford South.

The Liberals also had wins from Simon Gibson in Abbotsford-Mission and Laurie Throness in Chilliwack-Kent.