Toronto and GTA riding election results

The Liberals won 21 of Toronto's 24 seats and 17 of the 20 seats in the crucial 9-0-5 belt.

There were some big changes in the GTA on election night.

The Liberals won 21 of Toronto's 24 seats and 17 of the 20 seats in the crucial 9-0-5 belt.

In Beaches-East York, the NDP's Michael Prue (first elected there 13 years ago) was defeated by Liberal Arthur Potts.

Another big shift in Trinity-Spadina, where the NDP's Rosario Marchese (who held the riding since 1990) lost to newcomer Liberal Han Dong.

Two former Toronto city councillors battled it out in the riding of Etobicoke-Lakeshore, but PC Candidate Doug Holyday will give up his seat to Liberal Peter Milcyzn.

** You can see all the night's winners in our interactive map by clicking here. **

The riding of Davenport turns red, after the NDP's Jonah Schein was defeated by Cristina Martins.

in Etobicoke-Centre, former Mayor Rob Ford staffer Pina Martino had hoped to turn the riding into a PC hold, but Liberal Yvan Baker got the victory.

The Liberals retained their seats in the ridings of York Centre, York-West and York South-Weston. That was also the case with Don Valley West (which is Kathleen Wynne's riding) and Don Valley East.

In the Bramalea-Gore-Malton riding, the NDP's Jagmeet Singh held on to his seat.

In Newmarket-Aurora, local Liberal councillor Chris Ballard defeated Conservative Jane Twinney.

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