There will be many new faces representing Metro Vancouver in Ottawa.
Some of them familiar, some not.
There are 13 rookie MP-elects in this region, but many are no stranger to politics.
Two were mayors. Liberal Pam Goldsmith-Jones held that post for two terms in West Vancouver, while Conservative Dianne Watts led Surrey for three. Goldsmith-Jones is the new MP for West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country, while Watts won the seat in South Surrey-White Rock.
West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country
South Surrey-White Rock
The NDP’s Jenny Kwan also started in municipal politics, before being elected five times as the MLA for Vancouver-Mount Pleasant.
And Liberal Jody Wilson-Raybould was B.C. Chief of the Assembly of First Nations.
He wasn’t a politician, but Liberal Ken Hardie has experience in the hot seat, as long-time spokesperson for troubled Translink.
Liberal Terry Beech secured the hotly contested Burnaby North-Seymour riding, but the business leader does have some political experience.
In 1999, he was Canada’s youngest elected official as a councillor in Nanaimo.
John Aldag, the surprise Liberal winner in Cloverdale-Langley City spent 31 years working for Parks Canada.
Liberal MP Carla Qualtrough has had success as both a lawyer and a paralympian before unseating Conservative Revenue Kerry-Lynne Findley in Delta.
Randeep Sarai, the Liberal who took Surrey Centre from the NDP, is also a lawyer.
North Vancouver Liberal Jonathan Wilkinson is a corporate executive, but was once a Rhodes scholar, as well as an advisor to former Saskatchewan NDP Premier Roy Romanow.
Liberal Ron McKinnon will soon hold a seat previously held by Conservative cabinet minister James Moore in Coquitlam-Port Coquitlam, but is likely best known for writing a political blog.
Pitt Meadows-Maple Ridge
In Pitt Meadows-Maple Ridge, Dan Ruimy managed to turn Tory blue into Liberal red.
He has operated a popular book and tea shop in downtown Maple Ridge for four years.