Sonia Sidhu

Your member of parliament for


Brampton South

Sonia Sidhu

Your member of parliament for


Brampton South

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It is important to MP Sidhu that she stay connected to her community. For this reason, Sonia frequently hosts and attends community events all around #BramptonSouth. These events give Sonia an opportunity to engage with people from her riding, to get to know them, and to see what issues are important to them. These types of connections are essential because it allows Sonia to bring the thoughts and concerns that are important to her constituents back to Ottawa.


On May 16, 2018 Sonia, along with MP Marc Serré held a town hall in Brampton South to discuss issues that were important to seniors and the implementation of a #NationalSeniorsStrategy. In Sonia’s role as a member of the Standing Committee on Health and the Chair of the All-Party Diabetes Caucus in Parliament, she is constantly thinking of the impact that her work has on seniors and always tries to make recommendations with the best interest of seniors in mind.


In May of 2018, MP Sidhu was proud to participate in the building of 13 new homes for families in #BramptonSouth with the new Habitat for Humanity Greater Toronto Area townhomes on McLaughlin. 

Brampton South is well positioned to provide families the tools and opportunities they need to succeed, and MP Sidhu was proud that so many volunteers came together for the #WomenBuildGTA launch to make today possible.

Sonia gives her well wishes to all the families who are embarking on a new chapter of their lives in #Brampton!


Every year, Sonia hosts an Open House event in her riding of Brampton South. This year’s Open House was held on January 12, 2018. MP Sidhu recognizes it is a privilege to represent Brampton South and loves to use these events as an opportunity to hear her community’s concerns, feedback, and ideas.


In December of 2017, Sonia, along with Parliamentary Secretary Bill Blair, hosted a town hall event on the topic of cannabis regulation. Sonia felt it was important to hear the thoughts of people from her community and this significant issue. The event was a success, and Sonia was able to take the input of her constituents back to Parliament Hill.


On October 27, 2017 Sonia had the honour to mark the start of the Poppy Campaign by Raising the Poppy Flag at Brampton City Hall with Royal Canadian Legion Branch 15 and Royal Canadian Legion Branch 609.

Whether it be through increasing the Earning Loss Benefit to 90% of pre-release salary to support Veterans during recovery, or through introducing the new tax-free Caregiver Recognition Benefit that supports veteran families and caregivers with $1,000 a month in their pockets – Sonia is proud to be apart of a government that has made a commitment to supporting veterans, their families, and their caregivers.