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  Malhi, Gurbax Singh
NameGurbax Singh Malhi
Mississauga, Ontario , Canada
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Born October 12, 1949 (68 years)
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Oct 17, 2008 11:06pm
Tags Asian - Indian - Anti-Gay Marriage - Sikh -
InfoThe Honourable Gurbax Singh Malhi was first elected to the House of Commons in 1993. He was re-elected in 1997, 2000, 2004 and 2006, and was the first turbaned member of Parliament in the western world.

Mr. Malhi is the Associate Critic for Industry. During the last session of Parliament, he served as the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Industry, with Special Emphasis on Entrepreneurs and New Canadians. Previously, Mr. Malhi was the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Labour, and served as a member of the Standing Committee on Human Resources Development.

He has been the Chairman of the House of Commons Standing Committee for the Library of Parliament, and has served as a member of the Standing Committees on Industry, Scrutiny of Regulations, Justice, Legal Affairs and Human Rights, Government Operations, and Procedure and House Affairs. Mr. Malhi also served as Chair of the Canada-South Asia Parliamentary Friendship Group.

Prior to entering politics, Mr. Malhi was the President of the Bramalea-Gore-Malton Federal Liberal Riding Association. He has been an active member of the community and has acted as a Director of the Malton Neighbourhood Services. He has been a volunteer member of the Peel Police Ethnic Race Relations Committee, and a volunteer member of the Parent's Advisory Council of Marvin Heights Public School in Mississauga. A successful businessman, he is a member of the Toronto Real Estate Board.


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  05/02/2011 ON Parliament - Bramalea–Gore–Malton Lost 28.38% (-6.07%)
  10/14/2008 ON Parliament - Bramalea–Gore–Malton Won 45.06% (+7.93%)
  01/23/2006 ON Parliament - Bramalea–Gore–Malton Won 50.68% (+17.96%)
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  11/27/2000 ON Member of Parliament - Bramalea–Gore–Malton–Springdale Won 57.05% (+38.27%)
  06/02/1997 ON Parliament - Bramalea–Gore–Malton Won 45.97% (+20.10%)
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