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  Saroya, Babar "Bob"
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AffiliationConservative  
 
NameBabar "Bob" Saroya
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Etobicoke, Ontario , Canada
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Oct 12, 2015 03:22am
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Bob Saroya is a proud Canadian who immigrated to Canada in 1975. Over the last thirty years, due to his hard work, dedication and great family values, he has become a successful business man and a well-known face within the local community.

Community service has always been an integral part of Bob’s life. He is involved in various fundraising activities for important local causes, such as the United Way and the William Osler Foundation, and has been a sponsor of many local community organizations. In addition, Bob assists new immigrants in Canada by offering them advice on career choices and investment opportunities.

Bob decided to become active in politics after becoming frustrated by the former government and the lack of leadership from the Liberals. Now Bob is dedicated to working hard and earning the opportunity to join Stephen Harper and the Conservative Government who have been effective in bringing in positive change for Canadians and for Canada. Etobicoke North deserves to be represented the same way in Ottawa.

Bob and his wife Roopa are the proud parents of three children Rohin, Tarun and Shalin.

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  10/19/2015 ON Parliament - Markham—Unionville Won 49.37% (+6.04%)
  05/02/2011 ON Parliament - Markham–Unionville Lost 35.54% (-3.42%)
  10/14/2008 ON Parliament - Etobicoke North Lost 30.07% (-18.51%)
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Conservative Party Leader - May 27, 2017 CPC Andrew Scheer