Liberal – Harinder Malhi

Harinder Malhi is the Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) for the riding of Brampton-Springdale. She is the Minister of the Status of Women.

Community Involvement

Harinder’s values and passion for civic engagement were inspired at an early age.  Both she and her family have been involved at many levels of government which range from municipal, provincial and federal.

Before being elected to the Ontario Legislature, Harinder served as a School Trustee and represented Brampton Wards 9 and 10 for the Peel District School Board. She championed a strong educational system and helped build relationships between students, parents, staff, and members of the community.

PC – Ripudaman Dhillon

Since arriving in Canada close to 15 years ago Ripudaman (Ripu) Dhillon has been working hard to build a successful business and to contribute positively to his community. With a university degree in both science and in marketing, Ripu appreciates how things operate from a technical perspective as well as how they impact others. Public service is a natural fit, and has increasingly become Ripu’s passion.

NDP – Kevin Yarde

With longtime family roots in Brampton, Kevin has made a name for himself as a weather expert on The Weather Network for over a decade.

Having studied journalism, Kevin has been involved with the National Association of Black Journalists and volunteered at Covenant House helping at-risk and homeless youth.

Kevin understands Brampton North communities need leadership that will bring change for the better to our neighbourhoods.

He is committed to ensuring affordability for Brampton North families through universal pharmacare and dental care, lower hydro rates and lower auto insurance rates.

Green – Pauline Thornham

Pauline has lived in the Bramalea-Gore-Malton riding since 1980, where she was the GPO candidate in the last two provincial elections. She has taught elementary school for the Peel District School Board, in a variety of teaching positions, including French and ESL. Retired in 2008, she continues as a supply teacher. During her whole career in Peel, Pauline was the school representative for the teachersʼ union.

She obtained a Certificate in Environmental Conservation from the University of Guelph in January, 2011.

Pauline joined the Green Party of Ontario and Sierra Club Peel in 2010. She is now a member of the executive of the Sierra Club Peel. She is the GPO shadow cabinet Women’s Issues Critic, and is the female Horseshoe Region representative on the GPO Provincial Executive.

Pauline’s latest local interests include active transportation. She is a member of the Brampton Cycling Advisory Committee, which is proud to have seen Brampton awarded the status of Bicycle Friendly Community by the Share the Road Cycling Coalition.

Libertarian – Gregory Argue

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