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Surrey-Guildford-Whalley was a provincial electoral district in the Canadian province of British Columbia in 1986 only. The riding's predecessor was the Surrey riding, which first appeared in the 1933 election.

For other historical and current ridings in Vancouver or the North Shore see Vancouver (electoral districts). For other Greater Vancouver area ridings please see New Westminster (electoral districts).


  • Demographics 1
  • Political geography 2
  • Notable elections 3
  • Notable MLAs 4
  • Electoral history 5
  • References 6


Population, 1986
Population change, 1986-1986
Area (km²)
Population density (people per km²)

Political geography

Notable elections

Notable MLAs

Electoral history

Note: Winners in each election are in bold.
34th British Columbia election, 1986
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Social Credit John Marvin Hunt 10,891 41.71% unknown
     Liberal Donald Alvin Ross 4,171 15.97% unknown
New Democratic Joan Kathleen Smallwood 11,049 42.32% unknown
Total valid votes 26,111 100.00%
Total rejected ballots 457
Turnout %

The population boom in Surrey saw Surrey further redistributed after 1986. Current Surrey ridings are:


  • Elections BC Historical Returns

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