Bob Saroya

Markham—Unionville

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October 17, 2019

100 Day Action Plan: Repealing Trudeau carbon tax before January 1

Families will start saving hundreds of dollars per year for coldest winter months As part of its 100 Day Action Plan, a new Conservative government will repeal Justin Trudeau’s carbon tax as its first piece of legislation, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer said today.  Scheer has already announced that he will...

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October 16, 2019

100 Day Action Plan: Real consequences for breaking ethics laws

New Conservative government to bring real accountability and transparency to government A new Conservative government will introduce legislation to attach stiff penalties for violating ethics laws and strengthen the powers of parliamentary watchdogs during its first 100 days, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer announced today. Scheer said he will establish penalties...

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October 16, 2019

Justin Trudeau cannot be trusted – he is pitting province against province, Canadian against Canadian

Trudeau calls on Québecers to fight Ontario and Alberta Today during a press conference, Justin Trudeau called on Québecers to fight Albertans and Ontarians.Here is what Trudeau said:“[Q]uébecers need to stand up and fight against those like Jason Kenney and Doug Ford and other conservative politicians.”But here is what Trudeau...

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October 15, 2019

Conservatives to support parents in mourning

New conservative government to extend EI parental leave to parents in mourning A new Conservative government will ensure that EI parental leave is extended for eight weeks following the death of a baby, affording parents experiencing unimaginable tragedy a much-needed opportunity to begin coping with their loss. “With this policy,...

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Bob Saroya

Meet The Candidate

Bob Saroya was elected to the House of Commons in 2015 to represent the constituents of Markham-Unionville. He served as the Shadow Minister of Multiculturalism and the Associate Shadow Minister for Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship. For the past four years, Bob has been working hard to keep Markham-Unionville a safe community for families. He fights to keep marijuana and drugs out of Markham and the relaxing of rules around opening new safe injection sites. He also introduced a legislation to toughen punishments for those who create and traffic illegal drugs. Bob is running for a re-election in the upcoming federal election in October. 

Bob was born in India, and immigrated to Canada over 40 years ago. After arriving in Canada with just $7 in his pocket, he became a successful entrepreneur and served as a corporate director for a multi-billion dollar Canadian company. Bob understands the difficulties and struggles to settle down in a new country as an immigrant, but he also appreciates the opportunities and freedom he has in this country to pursue personal dreams. His personal experience to achieve success motivates him to give back to the community. His passion for public service led him to volunteer for several local charities in York Region. In his spare time, he meets with and mentors new immigrants.

Bob prides himself as being a constituent-focused representative, and personally returns many calls and e-mails on a regular basis. Bob is proud to support Andrew Scheer’s vision to bring our country back to track.

 

 

 

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