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All three North Shore ridings stay Liberal

Incumbents Beech and Wilkinson earn re-election while newcomer Weiler wins in West Van
Jonathan Wilkinson and his wife Tara celebrate his re-election in the North Vancouver riding. photo Paul McGrath, North Shore News

With the majority of polls reported in all three North Shore ridings, it appears as though the Liberal Party of Canada will hold on to all three seats.

Federal fisheries minister Jonathan Wilkinson was the first to confirm his re-election, opening up a comfortable lead in the North Vancouver riding over Conservative Andrew Saxton, the man Wilkinson unseated in the 2015 federal election. Click here for more details on the race in North Vancouver. 

In West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country, a tight duel between Liberal Patrick Weiler and Conservative Gabrielle Loren broke Weiler's way after some anxious moments. Click here for more details in a tough race in West Van, where 2015 Liberal winner Pamela Goldsmith-Jones chose not to run for re-election. 

In Burnaby North-Seymour, Liberal incumbent Terry Beech held off a strong challenge from big-name NDP candidate Svend Robinson. Click here for more details on the race in Burnaby North-Seymour.