Yup. They've even minimised the amount of red in their colour scheme, focusing instead on nice, conservative blue.
Our provincial Libs make the Federal ones liok NDP.
Basically, when the SoCreds1 collapsed, there was a vacuum on the right that the Liberals charged into. And they have happily been there, ever since.
And despite this being hippy-dippy BC, the NDP have a horrible rep with a lot of people, based on their past track record. They are also coming across as hella hypocritical, bitching about the Libs huge donations, while pocketing even bigger ones because the rules allow it (the Greens aren't as competitive / viable, so they are taking the "high road" on this.
Not to mention that we have large swaths of rural areas (which swing right) and a lot of pro-free market everything (especially big money from Asia) and a pretty strong "Bible belt" in the South Fraser area (TBF not solely Christian, but highly religious and conservative nonetheless), so somebody was going to fill that gap. The Liberals had always been the odd one out in BC politics (with the SoCreds and NDP duking it out), so they grabbed it.
1 BC Social-Credit Party.