Sonia Sidhu

Your member of parliament for


Brampton South

Sonia Sidhu

Your member of parliament for


Brampton South

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Meet Sonia Sidhu

Sonia Sidhu is the Member of Parliament for Brampton South. She was elected on October 19, 2015 in a wave of hope, inclusivity, and positivity across the country.

She sits on the House of Commons’ Standing Committee on Health, and also was appointed to sit as a member of the Special Committee on Pay Equity.

She is also a Chair and the Liberal caucus champion for the All-Party Diabetes Caucus. MP Sidhu is also the General-Secretary of the Canada-India Parliamentary Friendship Group and an executive member of both the Canada-Poland and Canada-Portugal Parliamentary Friendship Groups.  She further sits as a member of the Canada-Europe Parliamentary Association, the Canada-U.S. Inter-Parliamentary Group, and the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association.

Mrs. Sidhu has distinguished herself in Parliament as someone focused on her constituents, health issues, and making life better for newcomers to Canada. Before politics, she worked for over 18 years in the healthcare field as a diabetes educator and research coordinator. ‎

Sonia has worked as a volunteer on political campaigns at all three levels of government, and she also volunteered with numerous organizations.

She lives in her riding of Brampton South with her husband, Gurjit. She has twin daughters, Arshia and Amrit, and a son Akash.‎