More voters showed up across Canada than they have in decades.
And it looks like turnout was even higher in some ridings with a surprise result.
If you think 68.5% voter turnout overall, the highest since 1993, was decent, some Metro Vancouver ridings with results few were expecting, was even better.
Delta, which saw Liberal Carla Qualtrough defeat Conservative Revenue Minister Kerry-Lynne Findlay had more than 75% of registered voters show up at the polls.
On the North Shore, Liberals Jonathan Wilkinson and Pamela Goldsmith-Jones won in ridings with 76% and 73% turnout respectively.
In Dianne Watts’ South-Surrey White Rock, considered safe for the Conservatives, the tough battle came after 74% turnout.