Surrey, British Columbia , Canada
|| October 01, 1960
Oct 15, 2015 11:20pm
|Info||First elected in January 2006, Sukh Dhaliwal is the Associate Critic for the Canadian Border Services Agency. |
Sukh Dhaliwal has been a strong voice for Newton-North Delta for close to a decade. As a successful businessman, active member of the Surrey Chamber of Commerce and dedicated volunteer, he has played a vital role in transforming Surrey into the one of the most dynamic and rapidly developing communities in Canada.
After completing his engineering studies at the University of Calgary and the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Mr. Dhaliwal moved to Surrey where he started up his own business, a land surveying enterprise. Still thriving with a staff of 15, it was the first of many successful local ventures.
As a member of the Surrey Chamber of Commerce, he has been an active and eloquent spokesman for local small businesses. He has helped foster the opportunities that will drive the local economy in the coming years.
As a volunteer, Mr. Dhaliwal is a member of the Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation's Emergency Campaign Cabinet, which helps to raise funds to assist in the construction of the hospitals expanded emergency ward. Mr. Dhaliwal is also on the board for SEEDS (Self Employment and Entrepreneur Development Society) and is a member of the City of Surrey Parks and Community Services committee.
As a lifelong Liberal, Mr. Dhaliwal has distinguished himself as a strong advocate on issues such as fiscal management, health care, youth violence, and the Martin government's New Deal for Communities agenda. He is also actively involved in issues surrounding multiculturalism and immigration.