“When diabetes symptoms are caught early, the risk for future damage decreases. Awareness and education can help people remain healthy, identify early signs of diabetes and prevent onset for millions of Canadians. With an entire month dedicated to public education about the effects of diabetes, Canadians have an opportunity to grow and learn” said MP Sidhu. S
“Today, marks a major change in how the city of Brampton operates, and I couldn’t be happier. This funding and this project will establish our city as a national leader in green infrastructure. This is what the future should look like if we are to protect the environment for our future generations.” ~ Sonia Sidhu, Member of Parliament for Brampton South
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BRAMPTON, ON—Liberal MP Sonia Sidhu attended Brampton’s Carabram, which was hosted from July 12-14. The opening ceremony Carabram showcases Brampton’s […]
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Government of Canada supports diabetes prevention in Alberta, Ontario and Quebec
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Today, the Honourable Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Minister of Health, announced the translation of Canada’s new Food Guide Snapshot into 26 additional languages beyond English and French. This translated guidance will help people whose first language is not English, or French make healthy eating choices for themselves and their families. The announcement was made in Brampton South, alongside local MP Sonia Sidhu.
Member of Parliament for Brampton South, Sonia Sidhu, Joins Minister Navdeep Bains to Announce Government Support for New World-Class Cyber security Hub
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